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Acorn 2002 



OAKWOOD 
COLLEGE 



7000 Adventist Blvd. 
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Introduction 
Past Conquests 
Vini,Vidi,Vici 
Conquerors 
Conquering Acts 


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TThe 19 century German philosopher F^iedrich 
Nietzsche once said," No conQLjeror t)elieves in chance." 
The fact that we find ourselves at OaRvv/ood is certainly 
not by chance. We come from different vvalRs of life — 
economically, socially, spiritually — ^yet vs/e Rno\A/ that we 
are placed on these hallowed grounds. 

T^he opportunity of having the Oakv\/ood experi- 
ence is not something to be taken ligl^tly, nor is it some- 
thing to ever be forgotten. During OLir time here, we ex- 
perience feelings of happiness from the friendships we 
have formed, uncertainty about our futrare plans, and 
thanRs for tlie spiritual growth v\/e have found. It is the 
hope of the Acorn staff that yoLJ will be reminded of the 
following: 

- the times h^e has brought us through 

- the times He has stepped in right on time 

- the times He has sent just the right person to 
pray v\/ith us 

- the times i—lG has allowed someone to preach 
the Word vv^e neGdeci to hear 

As you look tl"irough this book, now and in the 
years to come, we hope that you are alvv/ays re- 
minded that you are a ConQueror. 



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This year, 2002, has been a year of cross- 
ing over— from the old year to the new year, 
from the old century to the new millennium, 
from an old worldview to the new worldview. 
All this has happened in one year, in the 
space of 365 days. And you were a part of 
an elite group of humans to actually expe- 
rience it. 



The year 2001 did not confront us with another Y2K scare; however, we were all devastated by what 
occurred on September U, which has dramatically changed the world forever. The impact of these 
events were felt, not only around the world, but also here at Oakwood College. Our students were 
confronted with the frailty of life, the real threat of danger, and the teiitative nature of man '5 existence. 
Now, more than ever before, we realize the need of not simply preparing for a successful career, but the 
real need of lasting spiritual values that prepare us to face future and eternal realities with a firm trust 
in God. 

If there is ever a time when we see the value of Christian education at Oakwood College and the role it 
can play in preparing young women and young men for service around the world, now is the time. 
While we have witnessed consistent progress, having just gone through a successful accreditation visit 
and the completion of the new Business and Technology Complex, the most important thing is that men 
and women have made commitments to God in significant numbers. 

We take this opportunity to reaffirm the three powerful words that sum up the aim of the Oakwood 
mission, Education. ..Excellence. ..Eternity. My wish is that, through the power of God, each of you 
will go out from these hallowed ground and touch one life, one company, one neighborhood, one area, 
or one community; one at a time, you will change the world for good. 

Very sincerely, 

Delbert W. Baker, Ph.D. 
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It's not the books, the building, or the location that makes the Oakwood College experience unique but it is God 
and the people who he chooses to be here. We are a special group of people filled with integrity, appointed by Him 
to share extraordinary moments in time that involve friendships, laughter, learning, character development, Christ- 
centered ministry and soulful praise. 

As I reflect on a year, marked by progress, and insurmountable challenges, I am encouraged by the fact that we did 
not waiver and we did not fail. Each challenge was met with assiduous confidence for our hope was in Christ. He 
was the captain of the ship, the master of our fate and through Him we conquered the unconquerable. 

This year I was blessed with the opportunity to work with an Executive Cabinet that exhibited relentless motiva- 
tion and dedication. In addition, the Senate was extremely supportive and committed to serving the student 
body. Furthermore, the College Administration was more than willing to listen to and address student concerns 
and has responded favorably. Phase II of the Spiritual Master Plan is being advanced, and plans for a new 
Student Center are being developed. 



Above all, it has been truly an honor to 
serve as your USM President. I will 
forever cherish the warm memories and 
experiences of this 2001-2002 school year 
I pray that you will continue to push the 
boundaries of your existence, never settling 
for mediocrity, but seeking to achieve higher 
Education, undaunted Excellence, and 
life in the ceaseless ages of Eternity! 



May God richly bless you and remember 
we are ''More Than Conquerors F' 



Sincerely, 





Marlon Reid 
USM President 



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Prt'siiient 2000-2001, 
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USM Social Vice WaA^ne Hewlett ani k\s wi/e 
Steplwnie enjo\f tlie fndts of his lahor and hard work. 






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Glamourl Smiles! Fashion] The students of Oakwood College stepped out 
for an elegant evening of fun. The annual Winter Banquet experienced a night 

h\) the Nile during 

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The North Hall of the Von Braun Center was transformed into an 
Egxj^tian Falace complete with a magnifcient Sphinx and ^ramid scenanj. 

The program of the evening was filled with excitement, talent and enerq\j. 
The artistic exfressvonists, Art & Soul, jwlly adorned, hegan the evening with an 
Eg\j-ptian hased theatrical fiece. Male ensamhle. Chapter 5, set the tone with a 
striking musical performance. Demishfl Burns, full^ arrayed in Egxjptian garh, 
performed an outstanding monologue of life as an Egxjptian princess. Gospel 
songstress Karen Chrk-Sheard was the hiqhhj anticipated highlight of the night. 
Ferforming an upbeat concert while students dined and mingled, Ckric-Sheari 
filled the atmosphere with excitement and praise. The effort and hard work of 
USM Social Vice, Wayne Hewlett and Committee, was quite evident and tml\j 
enjo\jed hj all who attended what was acclaimed one of "the greatest hanquets" of 
OC. 



Diane Muna\f looks like a vision 
of loviness aloni^side her date, 
Keith. The two obvioushj enjoyed 
their evening awa\j from campits. 



"The setdyig and atmo- 
sphere realhj made xjoii feel 
like \joii were in Egypt' 
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"The amUance of the 
evening has made me 
commit to attending the 
han(iuets to come." 
-bAichael Grey 



'The muisic of the evening 
was great, esfeciall^j the 
jazz hand that ^la\jed 
during dinner." 
'Levar Higgs 



"1 was reluctant to going at 
first, hut I'm glad that I went. 
It was time well spent because 
of the memories created." 
-Dean bAohle\j 



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I. Wade ¥orde and Sharita Boseman share a friendhj embrace . 2. Vresident 
and Mrs. Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Sckenck relax and enjoyj the festivities 
after the delicious meal that was served. 3. hAichael Grexj, Oakwood's verj own 
ladies man, pses with Davonna Jones and LeDaune Warren 4. Dianna 
bAosele]j, Lilhj Archer, and Christal James take a moment to appease the 
papparazzi. 5. An eleqenthj clad Lavona Cassim\j strikes a pose for the camera. 
6. These lovelxj Oakwood ladies, Sherelle Jriuhhard and Jamie Jacobs, look so 
taitti/ul, how could their dates possihl"^ let them out of their sight? 7. bAartelli 
■lewx and bAelanie Jones make a beautiful couple. 



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Years of hard work, late nights studying, difficult assignments, and anticipa- 
tion of upcoming grades all come down to one weekend: May 1 0-1 2 2001 . The 
first graduating class of the new century was the largest graduating class in 
college's history. The 41 2 graduating seniors of Oakwood College took their 
places amid hundreds of proud parents and family members, friends, ecstatic 
professors, and flashing cameras. For these 412 people, one of the greatest events 
of their entire lives was about to commence. 

And commence it did on Thursday afternoon with the Nursing Pinning 
Ceremony. The purpose of this ceremony is to acknowledge that the nursing 
majors have completed the requirements for their degrees, and are ready to take 
the next step toward becoming registered nurses. Mrs. Janice Montgomery 
Preston was the speaker for the ceremony. 

The Consecration service was held 
Friday evening in the Oakwood College 
Church. The speaker for this service was 
Pastor J. Alfred Johnson II, current director of 
adult ministries for the North American Divi- 
sion and the father of the Senior Class Presi- 
dent Juleun A. Johnson. He reminded the 
graduates that money and fame should not be 
their focus, but their ultimate purpose in life is 
to be of service to others. 

On Sabbath morning. Dr. Hyveth 
Williams, senior pastor of the Campus Hill 
SDA church in Loma Linda, California, blessed 
the class and congregation with words of 
wisdom drawn from her personal 
experiencessduring the Baccalaureate service. 

By this time the graduates had begun to get a little antsy. They could 
almost smell the diplomas waiting for them. They could envision themselves 
taking the proof of their successful collegiate toils from the jubilant president of 
the college. They could hear the crowd cheer for them as their names were called. 
They were so excited that some of them had difficulty sitting down between the 
Sabbath afternoon service and the final one. Just in time, the Consecration began. 

Dr. Calvin B. Rock, Vice President of the General Conference and chair- 
man of the Board of Trustees, gave the Commencement address. He reminded 
the graduates that graduating from college was not the end, and he admonished 
them to "go on" academically and spiritually. Senior Class President Juleun 
Johnson responded to the charge promising that the graduates "Will go on" to 
bigger and better goals, remembering God in all things. Then... 

They became alumni. 




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Top: Nursing major Tosin Ola is all 
smiles as she prepares to march for the 
Consecration service. Middle: The 
graduates stand poised for the ceremony 
to begin. Commencement is the best 
part of the graduation weekend, as the 
hard work of the graduates finally 
become tangible via their diploma. 
Bottom left: Yearbook Editor and English 
major Tiffany Taylor is all smiles after 
receiving her diploma. Bottom right: 
Mark Abrams, Lee Elliott, and John Ruff 
prepare to lead the way as the Psychol- 
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Above: Dr. Baker (onj^ralul.ites the oldest graduate, 
Thomas Kenny, on his Organizational Management 
degree. Right: Theology majors Juleun Johnson anc 
Toussaint Williams and Accounting majors Trishonda 
Woods and Mary Okike stand together for the last time as 
undergrads. 



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Newly Pinned Nursing majors 
Keisha Sanderson and Tina 
Monroe stand proudly show 
off their pins 



English major Paul 
Nixon leaves no room 
for error as to how he 
feels this evening. 



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"Embrace every challenge head 

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Wade Ford-2nd Runner Up 
Marlon Reid-Mr. Oakwood 
Robert Reid-1st Runner Up 



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Five young men participated in a first tinne event for Oai<wood Coiiege, For nnany years Oal<wood 
has provided an outiet for tlie fennoies to sliow ttieir toients to their peers in on organized fashion: the Miss 
Oal<wood Pageant. Never before hod the coiiege provided a simiior opportunity for the nnen of the 
schooi. That is untii February 28, 2001 when Wade Forde, Michoei Grey, Wintiey Phipps II, Marlon "Randy" 
Reid, and Robert Roiand, Jr, vied for the right to be called the first Mr. Oai<wood. 

To begin the evening, the audience sow on oninnoted Power Point presentation of the participants. 
The presentation also showed the thenne for the evening: The Man For Tonnorrow. The participants then 
came onto the stage together. A spotlight on each man's person, the contestants introduced themselves 
to the audience in turn, 

The pageant consisted of three major portions: business-professional, talent, and the final question. 
For the business-professional portion, the contestants modeled clothes from their personal wardrobes. 
During the talent segment, Randy dazzled the crowd with his vocal abilities. Wade, Michael, and Wintiey all 
performed pieces of poetry, and Robert wowed the spectators with an original dramatic monologue. A 
musical selection by the singing group "J-Crew" provided the judges on opportunity to select Randy, Wade 
and Robert as the finalists for the competition. 

For the final question, the finalists were judged based upon their answers to the same question. They 
were asked, "If you had to select one man in your life who exemplifies the true man for tomorrow, who 
would you select and why?" When all the sections were accounted for and oil the votes tallied. Randy Reid 
was declared the winner. Robert and Wade were the first and second runners up respectively. Overall the 
pageant was a successful event, and holds promise for the future. 




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I Corinthians 15:55 




Amidst the tragedy of September n, Oakwood 
students sought to comfort those effected, on- as well 
as off- site. 32 members of the National Association 
for the Prevention of Starvation (NAPS) went to 
New York City to extend a helping hand to the 
recoveriui] city. NAPS marched through the 
streets of Manhattan and parts of New York City 
phnfim] patriotic songs and well-known hymns. 
They also \isited fire stations i]i\ing comfort and 
support to the workers. For many of NAPS 
members, being a part of bringing hope to so many 
grieving souls made a huge impact on their outlook 
on life. 

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"I felt the attack was very heart wrenching, having to watch what was happing while I was far 
away from home. I know people who lost family members and loved ones." Sonya Parker 

"I was full of different emotions because I have family in the area and I didn't know if they were 
safe. I was really concerned for my family and others who were there. At first I thought it was a 
horrible joke, but once I found out it was real my main emotion was concern." Jihad El-Amin 





Celebmting the Life 

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Brenden Koy Roddy 

April 28, 1 972 - October 4, 2001 

"Cfiaracter is what God and the angels know of us; 
reputation Is what men and women think of us." Horace Mann 



In the case of Brenden Roddy, character and reputation 
were one and the same. He lived a life that was full of love, 
compassion, and dedication. 

On October 4th Brenden Roddy, a 1 996 graduate, 
passed. Brenden was a part of the Oakwood family. We grieve 
for our loss; however, we are confident that we will see 
Brenden again soon. Our grief is superceded by something 
greater — hope. We have a blessed hope to cling to that will 
bring us through this time of difficulty. 

Brenden Roddy will always be in our menporiel 
Our..."hearts[are not] troubled. [God] makes no mistakes. He 
=f*Has a master plan." ^^^^' 

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The OakwoocI student body (and all associated with 
registration) have been witnesses to this quote. Tired, weary 
and distressed by registration, students and administration 
alike have prayed their way through the infamous registra- 
tion process semester after semester. However, this year 
Oakwood disproved the myth that registration has to be a 
headache. 

Fall semester registration saw the same long, tedious, 
frustration process of registration that had been going on 
for years — Long lines, unclear directions, and not enough 
computers. The USM provided a relief tent that offered 
refreshments along with soothing music to help relieve the 
stresses of the registration process. However, the registers 
office and administration worked hard to see that efficient 
service would be available during the registration process. 
Spring registration shocked students with its well-planned 
design and organization. Seating areas were eliminated 
while directional signs and line monitors were set in place 
to ensure that students were in the correct location and in 
the right order. With the implementation of 41 operating 
tellers for financial clearance, students were able to clear in 
a matter of minutes. The student body was pleasantly sur- 
prised and didn't know how to respond to the quick and 
easy service. Oakwood College administration has shown 
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efficient and fast service. Above: Students are lined 
up at the drcjp/add line. Right: The new and improved 
bookstore allows students to get their own books 
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in long lines as they try to find about their government 
aid. Below: The USM band plays some inspiration mu- 
sic to help provide some relief during registration. Bot- 
tom right: Students wait in the seating area as they wait 
to financially clear. Fincancial clearance is the most te- 
dious part of registration. Bottom left: Melissa Mallet 
waits on a student and parent during registration. 



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Oakwood College 101 , the first class for new and transfer students, 
begins days before semester instruction actually begins. Taught by returning 
students, known as Navigators, the new students are directed through a 3- 
day crash course of college life at the Oaks. 

Starting immediately after the departure ceremony on Sunday, the 
new Oakwoodites were given a chance to mix and mingle at an outdoor 
rally. Monday morning began with all of the students grouped alphabeti- 
cally in Moran Hall, insuring at least one acquaintance. With their new 
families, the students attended several seminars regarding sexual purity, 
finacial stewardship, and time management. With class schedules in hand 
and a Navigator close by, new students learned the locations of their classes 
and many other important campus landmarks. Though OC101 cannot fully 
prepare you for your Oakwood experience, it does help you conquer the 
"new student" blues before Wednesday. 



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Sunday, August 19,2001, hundreds of parents and family 
members stepped out on faith and departed with their 
maturing youth. Last minute reveiws of moral teachings, 
sentiments and words of encouragement passed the lips 
of tear-streaked faces. Recitation of the Lords Prayer, 
Mizpah and other prayers finalized the goodbyes, as the 
new students were left to conquer college life. 



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FRESHMEN CONSECRATION 



The traditional Freshmen Consecration marked the beginning of the year for the Class of 
2005. The new students entered the candle-lighted sanctuary with an air of respect and newfound 
responsibilities about them. The students donned the traditional dress of black and white for the 
occasion and started down a road that has been traveled by many groups of freshmen from years 
before. 

The consecration service included music provided by the sophomore choir and a charge by 
Pastor Benjamin Jones of First SDA Church. Freshmen Shalleen-Kaye Denham and Joel Williams 
and transfer student Marcus Vassell responded to the charge, ensuring that their class will be 
successful and will exemplify the ideal Oakwood 
men and women. 



Freshmen Consecration serves as an official 
welcome to Oakwood and signifies the official 
beginning of new lives for the freshman class. 
Much encouragement is given to the students as 
they adjust to college life, helping to guide and 
direct them during their undergraduate years and 
beyond. The students may deal with difficult times 
as well as good times during their journey here at 
Oakwood, but as long as they keep God first in 
their lives, they can be Conquerors at all times. 






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looking at? Bottom left: Joel 
Williams gives a rousing 
response to Pastor Jones' 
charge. Bottom center: The 
Freshmen class as the pro- 
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Left: Stephen Grissom and Neal 
Lewis listen attentively to the 
message. Below right: There is 
always one person who just can't 
make it through without falling 
asleep. Bottom: Shalleen-Kaye 
Denham responds to the charge 
put forth to the freshmen. 



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from tke Class 0/ 2005 showcase 
[heir kileni while tkeyj praise i\\ 
Loyd at the Vesfers Concert. 

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sluiieni hodxj ]ust liow to release 
t\\e hall in order to howl that 
perfect game. 

]oel Williams and Chris Howard 
ji} a\j with a family in the 
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"Lift every voiccsimf." The school \jear heqan with enerqetic praise for God. Sponsored h\) the USM, 
the weekend events heqan with Sahhath School and Divine hour service held in Ashh^j auditorium, hetter known 
as the cj\jm. The auditorium was packed to capacity with worshipers, students and facultxj alike. Musical 
selections were sung h\j our own D'^namic Praise to set the atmosphere of the worship service. Pastor Weslei/ 
K.ni(jht, an Oakwood Alumnus, delivered a very poignant message entitled, "What Are You Wearing?" Fastor 
Kni^lit asked the student hodxj, "V^hat are \jou wearing?" spiritually, not physically, reminding everyone to judge 
their own character and spiritual intentions, while also stressing the importance of one's relationship with God. 

After the service, many students participated in Big Sahhath Outreach h\j passing out literature 
andpraxjing with people in the communitxj, witnessing at the hospital, and visiting at the nursing home. After 
the afternoon outreach, students gathered at the outdoor amphitheatre to enjoy a Vespers concert featuring 
indivi(iual and group performances hy Chelauna DavitJson and Gherise Tomlin and Voices of Triumph to name 
a few. Pin Palace was the social gathering place of the evening as students mixed and mingled while they howled. 
USM Religious Vice Reginald Tull and the other officers did an excellent joh launching the spiritual events of 
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Above right: Bob Norton and 
Elayna Boynton act out a skit 
displaying different 
personalitiy types. Top left: 
The Enrollment Management 
Team meets to discuss ways 
to be more effective. Above: 
Karine Champagne and 
leasha Woods look like take a 
break during the seminar to 
smile. Right: Natalie and 
Pauline Alexander show 
some true sisterly love. Far 
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The first step in becoming a conqueror is to l<now what you 
are trying to conquer and come up with a plan of action. For this 
reason, the annual Leadership Retreat was held in Atlanta, Georgia 
on August 9-14, 2002. Chaplain's assistants, USM officers, RA's, and 
night deans, along with Student Services and Enrollment Manage- 
ment, came together for a workshop entitled," Living Life for God." 
The purpose of the workshop was to prepare the student leaders for 
their tasks this upcoming year on campus. 

The featured speaker was Mr. Bob Norton, a motivation 
speaker who taught the leaders how to recognize the personalities 
of those they come in contact with and how to be effect through 
delegation. Along with the workshops, the student leaders were 
given time to meet with groups and talk about their goals for the 
year. During the meetings the USM theme 
song, "More Than Conquerors" was introduced to the 
student leaders and faculty present. There was also 
time for social interaction as the students got to enjoy 
some of the sights of Atlanta. The workshops helped 
the leaders to understand God's purpose for placing 
them in their positions and how to use their influence 
to be victorious in their positions. 



Top left: Dianna McFarlane takes a minute away 
from the group for meditation and relaxation. Middle 
left: The new USM officers sing, "More Than Con- 
querors" for the first time. Bottom left: There's 
nothing like men in suits as RAs Martial Charles. 
Luckson Jean-Francois. Mcintosh Thervil. Donald 
Paul, Lincoln Smith, Robert David, Damion Miller, 
and William Lee prove. Above: Robin Hawkins and 
Courtney Hall enjoying the Sabbath together. 



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Carter Hall is definitely a place where growth occurs. As^ 
if the transition from high school to college isn't big 
enough, for many of the ladies it is their first time away 
from home. New experiences like curfew and room- 
mates are thrust upon them as they try to adjust to college 
life. By the time first semester is half-way over, many of 
the young ladies are counting 
down the days until they can 
go home. However, by second 
semester. Carter is beginning to 
be known as "home'' instead of 
"the dorm," and the ladies are 
wondering how they are going 
to survive a whole summer 
away from the Oaks. Those 
who once were young ladies 
have a new name by the end of 
the year: the Women of Carter 
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Opposite page above left; Taoshin 
Yawn, "I wonder if Tide can get that 
Alabama red dirt out?" Middle; Young 
men and women gather on the steps of 
Carter in an almost instinctive fashion. 
Bottom; Dr. Paul has those Freshman 
Biology majors studying hard. Above 
top; As a Woman of Principle, Bianca 
Williams has alot to smile about. 
Middle; Carter Hall. Bottom Left; Kaye 
McDonald gets ready for classes while 
she chats on the phone. Bottom Right; 
Rom Lubin and her teddy bear get 
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Top: Peterson HalL Right: Peterson's 
finest spend some time together in the 
newly renovated lobby. Opposite 
page top: After a day of classes 
Chappelle Cummings and Darian 
Curry find different ways to unwind. 
Bottom left: Carlin Williams, Joel 
Williams, and Paul Bulgin pose for next 
year's OC 101 cover. Right: RA's get the 
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Oakwood men, their best friendships are forged during their 
first year at Oakwood in the halls of Peterson. There is a 
bond that exists between the Peterson men, fostered by their 
close living quarters and the community bathrooms, that lasts 
well beyond their time in the Freshman dorm. Peterson Hall 
had a new look this year with a renovated lobby and a new 
honors wing to add to the atmosphere of the dorm. When- 
ever Oakwood men 
look back on their col- 
lege experience, their 
time as Men of Peterson 
is always remembered 
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Right; Meradith Murry knows the dorm 
credo on nutrition: gotta... get... snacl<s!! 
Middle: Wade Hall. Bottom: Charmaine 
Kerr shows off her pearly whites. Top Left: 
You get that hair done, Sharlenel Top 
Right: Can you tell who Kia Henly's 
favorite designer is? Middle: Sharna 
Ettinoffe and Lamata Troupe take a mo- 
ment from studying to pose for the cam- 
era. Bottom: Aisha Campbell and Karis 
Pruitt participate in one of many late night 
studying sessions so common to college 
life. 




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Life in Wade 
is full of en- 
ergy and ex- 
citement. 
For many 
ladies, Wade 
Hall is the 
next logical 
step after Carter Hall. With approximately 350 
residents, Wade Hall affords the ladies the opportu- 
nity to live with many women from around the 
country and the world, thus allowing for diversity in 
the friendships formed. On any given night the la- 
dies of Wade can be found having fun while in the w 
pursuit of academic excellence. The worships 
planned for the ladies help them develop into true 
proverbial woman. By the attitude of the Women 
of Wade, it is obvious that they are striving to be- 
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Many of the men view Edwards Hall as a community. Whether in 
need of a haircut, some down time playing video games, or just a 
group of brothers to chill with, Edwards is certainly the place. 
Edwards is unique in its design of four-room suites and a common 
foyer. This arrangement of suites allows for brotherhood and ca- 
maraderie to flourish among the Men of Edwards. Along with the 
bonding that goes on at Edwards, the men also study hard in order 
to prepare for their classes and the real world. It is for these rea- 
sons and many others that some of Oakwood's finest choose to 
call Edwards home during their time here. 



Top: Terrance Burrs is tearrin' it up as 
he he prepares for classes. Bottom: 
Michael Gray helps Jonathan Scott get 
so fresh and so clean for the ladies. 
Opposit page top left: Gerald Johnson 
"I am Bruce Lee". Top right: Jeremy 
Drummond, OC Okike, and Donnie 
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The secret is out! Who would have thought that Cunningham Hall 
would be a hot spot on campus? With less than 50 women in the 
dorm and a family environment, it's really no surprise that every 
spring there is a waiting list of dozens of young ladies trying to get 
a room in this often times " forgotten dorm/' 
Cunningham Hall 
allows for a quite envi- 
ronment to study and 
some much needed 
privacy. The mystic of 
Cunningham is not 
just the locale, but 
also the ladies who 
live there. The 
women of 

Cunningham are con- 
sidered to be studious 
and goal-oriented. It's 
true that good things 
come in small pack- 
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Opposite page bottom left: Watch as 
Tamisha Valcin exhibits proper studying 
posture. Right: Pauline Alexander 
displays her artistic talent on her wal 
This page top left: Everybody do the 
Chlnwe cha cha slide. Top right: Zynia 
Spencer knows the best thing to do at 
Cunningham: RELAX. Middle: 
Cunningham Hall Bottom: Erica Perry 
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The Annex is the closest 
thing to living off campus— 
except living off campus. 
The Annex allows the best 
of both worlds: a taste of 
freedom and indepen- 
dence yet the comfort of 
not needing a car to get to 
class (well, maybe) and no 
utility bills. The Annex 
occupants enjoy living in a 
house with a kitchen for 
the days the cafe doesn't 

come through and a living room for entertaining and study groups. 
Don't be fooled though, most of the Annex occupants still have to 
share rooms and there is still a curfew. But in the scheme of things, 
the Annex is certainly one of the best spots on campus when it comes 
to living. 





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Charles! Extensive staring at the 
^ screen may cause drowsiness. 
Bottom left: Jason, "Mom, please 
send money!" Bottom right: An 
outside view of one of the girls' 
Annex. This page top: A little home 
away from home. Bottom left: 
Katrina, whatcha cooking girl? 
Bottom middle: Stephen Mills and 
Ricky Daphins,"How do you guys 
ike our collection?" Bottom right: 
Alison Dulan, Mane Saunders, and 
Rolanda Lister pose outside of their 
posh annex house 



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This page top left: Leah Miller shows she 
has the proper study skills to make it \r\ 
medical school. Top right: Cobblestone 
Apartments, Middle: Ryan Manning, 
Jude Eversly, and Amos Fatoma give us 
a glimpse of luxury. Bottom left: Femi 
entertains the fellas at his pad. Bottom 
right: Autumn Wood apartments. Op- 
posite page left: Katara Watkins and 
Charlene Sanders enjoy an evening at 
an off campus apartment. Top right: 
Ray displays his beautifully decorated 
living room. Bottom right: Hunt Club, a 
favorite apartment complex of 
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campus people to get off "the yard'' before their time at 
Oakwood comes to an end. Most students that can afford the 
luxury of getting off campus don't want to come back on. How- 
ever, the freedom from deans and curfew doesn't come without 
its price. From newfound expenses and bills to the new issue of 
transportation, off-campus housing has challenges that are all its 
own. No matter the costs, off-campus living affords students the 
opportunity to learn responsibility in a 
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you learn in school. But if you haven't learned the 
nneaning of friendship, you really haven't learned 
anything." 

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what better place to meet new people and chill with 
your friends than the cafe. With the wide array of 
selections to choose from, including the Vegan line 
and the Quick Lane, there is something for every- 
one. Not only is the cafe a place to receive nourish- 
ment, it is also one of the prime social areas on cam- 
pus. Students come to the cafe to socialize, send out 
Joynotes, and even watch a game of football or bas- 
ketball. Despite what may be said about the cafe, it 
remains a part of the Oakwood experience, whether 
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Opposite page top left: Another meal survived, 
thank you Jesus." Bottom left: Tyrone "Yes! I 
can't believe I got the last piece." Bottom right: 
Look mom, I'm using my meal plan. Center: 
Fred, never bite off more than you can chew. 
This page top right: What announcements do 
you have for us today Durand? Bottom left: 
Mamma Shand taking care of business. Bottom 
right: Regina Williams and Noyle McPherson 
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Top: The social work students pay atten- 
tion as Ms. Kesslyn Brade teaches them 
how to emulate the master social worker. 
Bottom left; Morris Barnes and Shelly-Ann 
Stewart concentrate during a study group 
in the library. Bottom right: The future 
Allen Greenspan? Patrick Jacques works 
on understanding Economics. Opposite 
page top: Kevon Gardener diligently 
plugs away at the computer. Middle: OC 
students dive into their work at the Audio 
Visual Lab in the library. Bottom: 
Oakwood has ladies that are not only 
beautiful, but smart too. 



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Academics are often thought of as the worst part of 
the college experience. Classes like Organic Chemis- 
try, Principles of Accounting, Calculus, and Greek are 
known for their ability to make students cry. With 
endless tests, papers, and group presentations, it 
doesn't seem possible that students would be able to 
have a social life. Looking back on all-nighters and 
study groups brings to mind smiles and feelings of ac- 
complishment when the classes are over. After all, 
academics — the area where people are able to flex 
their intellectual muscles and show their stuff — are 
the reason students are here. 






Top left: Pastor Nixon, bringing the Word. 
Top right: The College that prays together 
stays together. Middle: Zaira Grant and 
Nicole Flls realize the power of prayer during 
Wednesday night prayer meeting. Bottom: 
The First ladies unite for Forum to talk about 
the life as a pastor's wife. Opposite page top 
left: Pastor Blue breaks the bread during Fall 
Week of Prayer. Top right: Tamiya King 
recites words of God's saving grace for AYS. 
Bottom left: Moved by the spirit, AYS leader 
Shayla Montgomery challenges students to 
be more than conquerors. Bottom right: 
Toya, Adrien, and Shakura, participate in AYS 
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Since the highest aim of Oakwood College is to prepare us in Educa- 
tion for Excellence and for Eternity, it is only fitting that the variety of 
religious activities leave no student untouched. Whether you like 
the early morning campus ministries like Morning Light, the mid-day 
services like Power Hour, or evening services such as Bell Tower, 
Wednesday night prayer meeting, AYS, or Forum, there is something 
for everyone. Besides the wide variety of campus ministries, there 
are also many different local churches to cater to the needs of the 
student body as well as the community. From smaller churches with 
a hometown atmosphere, such as First Church and New Life, to 
large traditional services, such as Oakwood, to upbeat youthful ser- 
vices, such as Madison Mission, there is a service to meet all spiritual 
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* You remember that President Baker's 
"Kevin'' was supposed to graduate in 2002 

* You remember O.J. not as a drink, but as 
our social vice (Orlando Jobson) 

* You went to O.C. for church while Madisoi 
Mission was hopping from location to loca- 
tion 

* You remember Debleaire Snell 

* AYS song service lasted for an hour and a 
half 

* You could scam the chapel scan-in process 
all year 

* You had to have an I.D. to attend AYS 

* You were here when Oakwood Rd. went ai 
the way from Sparkman Dr. to Wal-mart 

* You were excited when Carter Hall got air 
conditioning and Peterson got a makeover 

* You survived the "Original" rumbles 

* You are about to graduate and you 
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A Message for the Class of 2002 

"A man's heart demeth his way. hut the LORD directs his path" Proverbs i6:g. 

The Senior Class 0/2002 pnders the comjiletion of the last stretch of this collei^e race. Our \joung freshman minds were filled 

with thoughts ofanxiet\j, fear, and enthusiasm when we first ste-p-ped on Oakwood's campus. Now graduation is on the horizon and real 

life is ahout to heqin. We progressed through our OaVwood career and hegan to get into the flow of things, we hegan to master the college 

experience. We know how to sta\j up all night and cram for a test, we know how to wait until the very last minute to t\jpe a ten-page 

paper and still get it done on time, we know which foods to avoid in the cafe, and how to get nourishment on the run. We are the experts; 

underclassmen ask us seniors for advice. 

We are ahout to embark on a new phase of life's journey. Some of us do not 

know the next step; we ma\j he unsure if we are reall"^ following the Will of the 

Lord. We ma\} feel we are at a point where we do not know the end from the 

beginning, we must he connected to the onhj One who does. God continuall]j 

places us in new environments with new experiences to remind us that we are 

not the masters of our lives. Even though we ma\j attempt to devise our own 

wa\j. He directs our paths. His sovereign Wil! skall prevail. We can walk in 

confidence: if God has financiallxj cleared us, if God has enabled us to pass all 

of our classes, if God has enabled us to make life-long friends, and if God has 

enabled us to survive the attacks made against the United States, He will most 

certainlxj guide us into His future. Therefore we need not have worries and 

fears as to what life has in store for us because God has alread\j mapped out our 

paths and He is ultimatelxj guiding them. The Senior Class of 2002 is 

confident in the Will of God. 

Life is the blank page that we have all been given. We write words through 

our experiences. The mistakes we make are the errors that we trxj to cross out. 

In our old age, wisdom acts as the proofreader. Death is the period of the fnal 

sentence. If we are in Christ, He will give us a new page: eternal life. Let the 

graduating class 0/2002 make Christ the author of our lives. 

Your president, 

Rolanda Lister 
RoIflM^fl Lister, Class of 2002 President 





Back Row: Paul Jones, Vicc-Preiidcnl; Daniquc \Ni\liams, Asst. Fuhlk Relafioii5; 
Kerri-Ann McNish, Social Coordinator; Donald Monroo III, Pailiaiiiciitanan; Larnf 
Wilson, Treasurer; Dudle\j Duherrxj, Public Relations. 

Front Row; Deyyiisha Burns, Sergeant.-at-Arms; Kathleen Lewis, Asst. Secretary; 
Nicole Barron, Secretary; Rolanda Lister, President; Xavier O'Connet, Music Coordina- 
tor; and Quantrilla Carter, Chaplain. Not Pictured: Courtne\f Wcsioii, Asst. 
Treasurer 



.h^lCZ5f 




Amanda Ambrosk 

^'()CAI, Pl.KlORMANCl-. 



Lenis Archku 



ClIINWK yVsOMIICHA 

Bioiix;"! 



D'kiAZAH AliLT 

Bioi.(x;v I 




SsA.N'M' li \(. WIIIIIKI 


MdNALisA Bain 


Melissa Baker 


Nicole Barron 


FlNANfl', 


ACCCWNTING 


SociAi ^^'oRK 


Hi.AiiiiCARE Administration j 


_/'^I^IOF^.^ 










DlMISlIA BUKNS 

Social Wouk/Spanish 



Inga Bi kudws 
Medical Tkchnoux;v 



.h-JICZ5f 



T 




i\jNDRiiA Burton 
Theology 




Hi i\\ akd Camkron 
Biology 




Efifwin Davis & 
Dorothj KicDonald 

Class 0/1973 
Parents of 

Dorhel Davis 

Edwin Davis and Dorothy 
McDonald Davis are the 
proud parents of Dorhel 
Davis. Graduates of the 
1 973 Class, they were the 
first to graduate under 
Calvin Rock's presidency. 
They met and fell in love at 
Blake Center, which was, 
at the time, the Student 
Center. Married in 1975, 
they have three children: 
Edwin Jr., Dorhel, and 
Dionne Davis. Mr. and 
Mrs. Davis currently reside 
in Boynton Beach, Florida 
where they currently teach 
at Daugher of Zion Junior 
Academy. 

-Submitted by Dorhel Davis 



\'K K IK (1 \Hk 

Till ( >i I x,\ 



Fredra Butler 
Social \\\)rk 



Joseph Caleb 
International Studies 




Qi ANTRiLiA Carter 
Bioloc;y 



Martial Charles 

Theology 




D.VRIEN ClWTON 

Computer InI'DRMation Systems 



KiRR'iCiisinjR. 
Bioloc;y 



.h^lCDf 




Camille Cochran 
Social \\'ork 



DoRHEL Davis 
Psychology 



Letitia Cochran 
Accounting 



Willena Da\'is 
Psychology 



Krista Cooper 
English/Spanish 



Andrea Dean 
Social Work 



Lee Cort 
Biology Education 




Shavonne Dorsey 

Music 




Peiua Dotson 
Music/Spanish 



Garhi Dothn 
Allied Heal TuArHEOLOcn 



Dudley DiBLRRY 
Communications 



Howard Duncan 
Theology 



.I^ICDf 




AnOIIA KZZAKI) 

Ai.i III) I li'.Ai.rii 



Raimiiu I'i i/rA I kick 

'rillOLOCiV 



W'adi Foudk 
l'ni:oi,(x;v 



Iv\ri:n Foster 
Communications/English 



^P^-^^ .X'^I^ICIJP^,/' 




Dominique Fi^ncois 

BlOLOCA' 



LucKsoN F"rancoi.s 
Theolog\' 



Cherisa Franklin 
Psycholoc;y 



Katrina Frazier 
Interdisciplinary Studies 




Andrea Fullwood 
Biology 



LovELEE George 
Healthcare Admin./Religion 



Keitrich Germany 
Theology 



Kerrianne Golding 
Social Work 




Alethea Goodridge 
Music/Social Work 



Sandy Gracia 
Math Education 



Jennifer CJray 
Biology 



Liana Gr,\\ 
Biochemistry 



.h^iczjf 




TiA CiKAVES 

Music 




Mit'HKLI.K CiRII-l-rill 

Biology 




Charles E. Dudley II & 

Dehomh E. Duff 

Glass of 1974 

Parents of 

KahUma Dtailey 

Charles E. Dudley II and 
Deborah E. Duff experi- 
enced their highlight year 
at the Oaks in 1974. 
Charles, graduting with a 
B.S in Mathematics and 
Deborah with a B. A in 
Sociology manied after 
graduation. Charles is a 
now a Field Engineer for 
Northrop Grumman, while 
Deborah has taught in 
schools worldwide. 

-Submitted by Kahlima Dudley 



Pendeza careen 

BlOLOO'i 



Terrv-ann Griffin 

Social Science Education 



M ELAN IE CiREGORY 

Social Work 




Roberto Guerrero 

Commiinications/Theoloc;y 



CoiiRiNE'i' Hall 
SociAi Work 




Michelle Hall 
Biolo(;y 



Smjita Hall 
Communications 



■^h^lCIDf^. 




Jamila Harris 
Biology 



RoBYN Hawkins 
Social Work 



Lorraine Henry 
Biology 



William Hicks 
Biology 




JoNAE Jackson 
English 



Lloyd James 
Communications 



Wen dell J EEFER"i' 

Theoloc;y 



Smmanda Jobson 
Biochemistry 



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NniF.REJOSEPII 

Education 



BlViNni JOUETI" 

Bioloc;y 



Lee Kjmani 
Theoloc;v 



Raymond King III 
Social Work 




DijrAN Knh.iit 

TlIEOLOCn' 



W'akki N Knkjh'i 

[l lEOUXA 



Nicole Knofps 
BiociiEMisruv 



Anthony Lxhady 

BlOCIILMISIHY 



.r-^iczjf 




Enioli Lackey 
(\llied Health/Fitness & \\'ellness 



CinSTALLE L'\nc;horn 
BiOLO(;v 



SONITA IwWVRENCE 

Marketinc; 



Samantha LeBlanc 
C\totechnology 




Katiieken Lewis 
Biology 



KEELEE-SlISA'iE LeVV'IS 

Allied Heal ri I 



Roo,sE\T.LT Lewis 

Tl lEOLOCA 



Tameka Levms 
Finance 



I 



"^h-JICDF^^' :^^Q> 




Joseph Lindsay 

Ps"i( IIOI.OGV 




Anghel Louissaint 

PsVCIIOI.OGV 




bAyna D. Hohnson) Jones 

Class 0/1966 
Parent of 

Vewtdca Jones 



An archival gem, Myrna D. 
Johnson-Jones was the 
first student to graduate 
from Oakwood; attending 
kindergarten, elementary, 
high school, and college 
within the Oakwoiod 
educational system. 
Myrna graduated from the 
Nursing program in 1966. 
Currently, Myrna 
Johnson- Jones is married 
to Richard Jones. Their 
family resides in Washing- 
ton D.C. where she 
currently works at the 
Federal Aviation Adminis- 
tration. 

-Submitted by Veronica Jones 



C'oKlJ'IA M.VITIII.W'S 
F.LEMLN 1 AK^ KdUCA HON 




Nackksha Maddix 
HisroRV 



Shelley Maddlx 
SocLAL Work 




Antoine Maycock 
Applied Math/Spanish 



Dananai McCarthy 

Music 



cS^CD 



_i^icz:)f 




DiAiNNA McFaRLANE 

Social Work 



Melissa Mallei 
Elementary Education 



LaTisha Makiin 
Human Development & Family Stds. 



Shavonne Mathis 
Elementary Education 




Nicole McFarlane 
Marketing 



Betina McNeil 
Biochemistr'i 



Melinda McNeil 

ELEMENTin' Education 



Kerhi-ann McNish 
Administration System Management 




Carl McRoy 

"I'lIEOI.OGY 



S'iREETA McTlER 

Elementary' Education 



Leah Mii i.i u 

BlOCIII.MISTRY 



Taui 1 11 A Miller 
El KMLM \R^ Education 



.h-JICDF 



cS>l 




John Mills III 

BlOLOCJI' 



CaTRICE Moi'l-LTT 
P.S"i CHOLOCn 



Donald Monroe III 
Biochemistry 



Fredrick Montc;omerv 
Iheologv 




SllAMA MoN ICOMLRV 

Biology 



Brllney Mcxm<e 
accountinc; 



Shannan Moore 
English 



DiANNA \k)SELEY 

Biology 





Iennii 1 1( Ml Ki'in 

Ills I ( IICl 



Meredi'iii McRin 
Va I Ml M \in r.i )rr\ 1 io\ 



Naiiialii, Myri'il 

BlSlNISS AinilMSlKAl ION 



Kelle Neal 
Enc;lish 



.h^lOF 



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(iREGORV Nelson 
Theology 



Leonard Newton 
Theology 



Marnel Niles 
Communications 



Xa\'ier O'Conner 
N4i;sic Business 




Akosua Opoku-Boateng 
Biology 



Frederick Owtns 

Communications/French 



Mattisiia Pariiam 

Elementary- Education 



Donald Paul 

TIIEOL(^f;^■ 




Daniella Payne 
Music Education 



JanellePiiii.lii's 
Healthcare Adminisiraiion 



Edwin Powell 
Communications 



Michelle PowT.i.L 

ElEM I N I .\RY EdI C.X 1 K )N 



_r--jicz?f 




Bid AN Preston 
Heal I IRAKI-, AnMiNisrRArioN 




C'll AHI.l.S Rl-,1,SE 

Allied Hi.aliii 



Brent D. WaUon & 

Jaqwelin Matthews 

Class of 1981 

Parent of 

Kaliska Wcddon 

It was at Oakwood 
College that my parents, 
Brent D. Waldon Sr. and 
Jacquelin (Matthews) 
Waldon met and fell madly 
in love. Knowing that 
they belonged together, 
they married in the winter 
of 78'. They graduated 
from Oakwood in the 
spring of 8 r. My father 
graduated with a B. A in 
Religion and my mom with 
a B.A in Music, and later 
Nursing. Presently, my 
parents work together at 
the Mt. Sinai Seventh-day 
Church in Orlando, 
Florida, where my father 
serves as senior pastor. 



Tiffany PROFrrr 
Computer Information S'l stems 



Marc lllln LIS Kix.is 
Theoloca' 



1 AN{;iE R\1IMINC; 

Elementary' Em icatton 




Henr^ Richardson 

BlOEOCiV 




DMT, RiCKMAN 
TlIEOEOCn' 



K^\llu Ri 1 KoAc III 

l\h',DICAL TeCT IN( )L( )(;v 



Camilla Roixa us 

HiSlORY 



.I^ICDf 




Janice Rover 
Accounting 



KoUl RUCKKU 

Human De\ei.opment & Family Stus. 



Natalie Ruef 
Biology 



Tiffany Rugless 
Biology 




Cakla Smart 
Natural Sciences 



Andre Smith 
Fitness ^Wellness 



Lincoln Smiiii 
Theolo(.\ 



Shac^ Stm.lwokiii 
Business Eri;cation 



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\.\'rii<,\ Stia\akt 


I'.i 1/ \iu 1 1 1 Si 1 w \i<r 


ShELLV-AnNE S i KWAR 1 


Catherine Ta-^xor 


I's'lCIKll ( )<.\ 


Cm MIS 1 in 


liiOLOc;^ 


Biochemistry 


./"E^h^lCDF^.^ 









J 




,I(M<HENA Thomas 
International Sti;dies 



Christine Thompson 
En(;lish 



DaX'ID THOMl'St)N 
THEOLOG"i' 



Marlon Thompson 
Theoloc;y 




Tamara Times 
Business Education 



Brad Tramel 

BlOLOG\' 



Courtney Turnhull 

Fitness & Wellness 



Dana Turner 

Accounting 




SiiantilTurner 


John ^'ICI()R 


Kalisha W AinoN 


Ml.IAAN \\'\RII1.L1)JR 


Psychology 


Social \\'oRK 


Elementary Education 


Tiieolo(;y 




Alia ,s( )n W arui;n 

I5li II OCA' 




Autumn W'AsiiiNfn'ON 
EixMi-.NTAin Em c \ i ion 





bAelv^n Warjield & 
Eunice Rock 

£^ classes 0/1973 & 1974 

Parents of 

Melvj/n Warfield, Jr. 

Melvyn Warfield and Eunice 
Rock met while theology 
students at the Oaks. During 
her tenure at Oakwood, Eunice 
served for a year as a student 
missionary in Japan. While in 
Japan, Melvyn faithfully 
continued affectionate 
correspondence with Eunice. 
In 1 97 1 .Melvyn declared his 
eternel love and asked for her 
hand in one of his weekly 
letters. Upon her return from 
Japan, they were married and 
Eunice graduated in 1972, 
Melvyn in 1973. From this 
matrimony they have two 
children, Addriene and 
Melvyn, and a handsome 
grandson., Currently they 
reside in Dallas, Texas were he 
serves as the senior pastor of 
the Dallas Fellowship Sev- 
enth-day Adventist church 
and she serves as the 
superintendant of education 
for the Southwest Region 
Conference of Seventh-day 
Adventist. 

-Submitted by Melvyn Warfield Jn 



Dui.ANI \N'lI.I,IAM.S 

AccorNiiNc; 



L.\\\'anza Warren 

Computer Information Systems 



Kerron \\'arrick 

Business 




Courtney Weston 
All ii.D Hemtii/Fitness jt \\'ei.i,\ess 



Daniqi!e Willi.ams 
Allied Health/Fitness & \\'ellness 




Regina \\'ili.iams 

BlOLOC'i 



Larky Wilson 
Biisiness/Finance 



.r-^ic:5f 




Amber Willis 
Math Education 



Carlene Allen 
Biology 



Victor Wilson 
Theology 



Lance Alexander 

THEOLOG-i' 



Ugonna Anosike 

BlOLOG-i' 



Danica Chandler 
Language Arts Education 



Samuel Acoff 
Applied Math 




Lakeisha Bonner 
Elementary' Educ/\tion 




Marvin Civ\ri\. 
Theology- 



Kenneth Cochran 
Business Administration 



Darrel Daniel 
Music 



RiCARDO Daphnes 

DlETETICsArHEOLO(;\ 



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us 




Roiiii-tr D.wii) 

l] IVX )IX)GV 



Iwiii Dwis 
AixiED Hi:Ai;m/Bi( )c'iii',Mi,srRV 



Sr.MAAii 1)a"ii: 
Ps'iciiOLOc;'!' 



LaTonva Di;kes 

AixiF.D Health/Dietetics 



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Chuisioi'hek Haunel 












C'liAREEs MEwrri' 
BioEcx;'!' 




PiivEEis Hile-Dew 
Finance/Rei k;I()\ 



M.xRGARET Howard 

ELEME^'TAR^■ Em CATION 




l)l I >M>HI \ |l 1 I Kll S 

Mesic 



TiEEANY Johnson 
Dietetics 



Caueeeea Levy 
Computer Iniormation Systems 



Candice Mc(;( )( inwiN 
Nursing 



^C3 



.I^IC3f 




Mahalia Ol.\tunji 
^'ocAL Performance 



Kim Minors 
BiLSiNESS Mngt./Healthcare Admin. 



Katrina Otev 

PSYCHOLOCn- 



Raymond Peoples 
Biolo(;y 




rokeem pough 
Music Education 



Marlon Reid 
Theology 



Jared Roberts 
Compi;ter Information Systems 



Bree Robinson 
Graphic Desi(;n/Photo Joi'rnalism 




Rec;inald Robinson 
Theology 



Da\ id Ruff 
Biochemistry 



Luwanda Scoi r 
Elemen iary Em ication 



R\A\ Smiiii 
Social Work 



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Hantaan 

pills SfWBj 



Di.NRY White 
TiiEOLoc;"!' 



Joanne Williams 
Medical Tlci inoloc:"!' 



MONIQUE \\'lLLIAM.S 

Mathematics 



Ronnie \\'illiams 
Theolog-i' 




m 



Anna Wokks 
Kllmlni Ain KnrcAiioN 



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y\dulf 'P^*of^ssio^AoI (L-^-A'P) p^^ogf | 
vJcxs c^e^yj^\ope^c\ fo k^lp cidul+s, wUo 
plciC^d a^cz-cxc^^vrxxc ^Ools cislcl^ b^<SC(ffl 

qu^»^ +k^lK" cisplrof io^AS of \^e^<z^\\^\v\a\ 
u^Ad^r^c^rocludf^ d^^r^^. VV/i+k "l"k< 
pos^ fo provide ci fj^ocli+iotAo! busir 
cur^riculunn for> fke. cvdulf Ie.or^A^^* It 
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ci pV^OQV^cxvy\ wkiok w\^^\s oy\^ vy\Q\\\\ 
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co^wple^+^cI ci+Ie^cisf two ye^ors of 
sfudie^s +o cjucillfy. LApo^A conApIe^+l< 
f kis d<s<s^l^rci+^cl <surrl<sulu^w ir^divi 




DkI.PIIINK CRUrC'HKK 



Vaul I\ lv 



Linda I'aison 



H.Jl.ROMl, (iLONKR 



Glenet IE James 



KeISHA (iREEX 





All LEAP stu- 
dents have 
earned a B.S. in 
Organizational 
Management. 



Laferrell Walker 



Dartrisi lA Wheeler 



Donna Williams 




CoRDINCJTON BaND.\ 







How do you like the OC 
LEAP Program? 
I love it. It's great and I can 
see the light at the end of 
the tunnel! 

LaFerrell Walker 




Why did you decide to join 
the LEAP Program? I 
wanted to finish a degree. I 
was in the Army and I 
wanted to go further in my 
education. Plus, it's only 
one night a week. 
Jim Pool 




What advantage do you see 
coming to further your 
education at OC? It's 
convienent and it's only 
one night a week, which 
means I can still work and 
spend time with my family. 
Svlvia Allen 



J 



LEAP students being 
recognized at the 
Honors Ceremony 





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The infamous class of 2002. . . 

One that can't be touched. 

To figure us out, no one can 

They insist that we are just too much. 

Thought to be sassy, conceited, to ourselves, too much pride... 

Yet family is what we have developed over the years, and with 

confidence is how we have shaped our lives 

For we've been tried, we've gone through the pain... 

We've handled our business for the recognition to be gained. 

Unique in our ways, different aspirations we hold... 

Yet together we stand reaching for the ultimate goal. 

We've entered to learn but we are departing to serve, some still 

striving, but the idea to give up you all can forget... 

For family never turns their back, we have successfully matriculated 

through, God is in control, just remember you cannot quit. 

Although at different points, children of God we strive to be... 

For coming back one day. He is for us to live eternally. 

So with May cupped in the palm of our hands, or the feeling that we 

are hanging at the 

Edge of a cliff, not knowing what to do... 

With our tassels turned we say good-bye, with teary-eyes but cheerful 

hearts, with 

Education, Excellence, and Eternity in our minds, OC we are forever 

grateful to you. 

Good-bye. 
Demisha Burns 



KeUee-Susaue 




|_Je?tined t 

I V37O0I empowerec 

|<^icn in biej^In 

m 1 /— \cnleve mucn 



o excel 



K A'^feilisStA ■^-lfcid^v\tJ^-^ B<j!<tii', v\Ov\ t-K\y 
depcAi'+ui»e tro^v\ O<ul<woo<rl CoIItic^ti, L-te- 

"Co o(-\yoiAti l-vu\rAc(r'y'/«:;rcAZ>' fci^-^ou^:^K, 

v\e,e.c^e-c\ tor" I'ecfis+r'cifioiA, pt-Arl<iiAC| decols 
foi' everyotAe iJ^AcI fKese \A/ords of t^^A<soul^" 
tAc^e^^Ati^A+, Vt ^ did i+, so CcAtA \' 0\A\ Just 
Belitivti! 

SicjfAed, 



c:.^X 



~»sdisaxi4iii 



'Ls.-i™_i^ •■ ■. .tfj'. 




oals 




r 



emembered 
moments 



MySeterminal " 



p-the raetSj|ers of.Mf|ono-N:ia.:'j 
^'Mvy Bermudians and my little 



*\tp Vick 



^ 



ctivities 



gidends I a.m leaving bfeliind, I will 



d 



reams 




■--J|f^:'r- 



Brandon Boozer 



VulfiW a\\ of m\j cafahilities, 
travel the entire world, influence 
all peo-ple for heaven 



Cafe, hanging out with 
Carletta, skating rink. Dr. 
Hasse's classes 



Phi Eta Sigma, Al^ha Chi, 
VOX Aeolians, RA in Y^ade 
Hall, Ps^chologxj Cluh 



d 



Meet \esus and reach heaven; 
iyn^act people's lives in a 
powerful and positive wa\j, get 
married 



Tabitha Miller 

To hecome the best teacher wherever 

God leads me 

Banc^uet 2000 [where I went witl 
Robert who is now m\) bo\)friend), 
graduation day 

V.O.T., Aeolians, U.S.M. events, 

avoiding the clubs 

To he married and make m\j 
husband the happiest man on earth 




Donald Monroe III 

To BECOME AN OuiiioPEDic Si;r(;eon and 
sponsor a person trying to get into 
Oakwood 



When K.\ren-Ceark Sheard sang at 
THE 2001 Banquet and blessed our 
souls 

Ambassador Basketball Games, 
Intramlrals, A^'S, Dl^ Choir rehearsal 



Fa er^ body in this class accomplished' 

1 HEIR dreams and BECOME SUCCESSFUL 

PROFESSIONALS AND MAKES IT TO THE 
111 WENLY KINGDOM 




I 



I, Ray King, upon my depar- j 
ture from Oakwood College be- ' 
queath the following items: 

My patience and paper tips tc 
all Social Work majors, my insanity ' 
to all Navigators and to Superstar Jr. 
To all Dynamic Praise memebr from 
Spring Break '01 "Work It Out." 

Signed, 



y 



I, K.\THLEEN TrINETIE Ta'JhAUNA 

Lewis, upon my departure from Oakwood 
collecie bequeath the following items: 
m\ industriousness, perseverance, 
patience, and determination to the 
bestest roommate in da whole wide 
WORLD, TwiLA Drew. 



Signed, 



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C-i'i< <\. n-\>' < t>ri-\|/>ns «:JcxucjU+c?i*, »-ny sociol sl<ills; fo ►vxy coi'npus sot^s, 
Kot't-i'i, A1«.'l i\iA<I d-.J., ci fci+Ktii'; i'o n^y youncjtii' co^wpus soias, DokAkAiti, Sl-ltilc!o^A 
hiaJ 1~i'«.'>I. n-\> ^.^l•c\l■^tlt\t^ ((Soo<::l-\ 'Rodtly); +o fwy Ctji^npus sis+e.>»s, JekAiAif«2i', 
L.t>ni'«."i>. 1~. \rl•c">l^, LiiA£^stu>', Coni'frAtiy, <l-iwc;i'\, c\i-\<rl A^tM't;<r!i+U, m>' sfc^fti spit'i+" 
olw«a>s rtipi*tiStMA+ t A)! ' cxiso Ititjvti fUti AJcAsl-wilIti cjii'ls aW ot nAy coi'tiei* 
cJ-viAiAcitis so tKt,\+ you n'\n>' lAtivtii' <:;o^Ati^At^ youi'stdlf +o o^xti cjoul. To Ctji'tj, ^v\>' 
pt'citAcK sUills; +o L.tiOi-\oi'<rl, caII of fv\>' <r.I-viI<rlft;»A. Xo M<ji*isscA, V Iticive you 
L-tJOiAm'tl; fo Josl-\, nil of ^-^-\y bcu;l< (uliHAOt^y. to +Kti 0<j!<wootI Collticjti ^lAcjIisU 
Dt'pni'+»v\tiiA+" fvxy di'tiom of o L>te++tii' t<acili+y; Lxnd +0 »-ny +wiiA, ^I'ic Bi'owr\, ^ 
Ititjivti you o dticji'ee, so fkot you doiA + KtAve +0 be o^-\ fUe eicjUf yec\i' pIc^^A. 



Sic)k\tid, 



^^Jl 



L^<3/z Miller 



to obtain my 
to heaven 



D./Ph.D.; make it 



up tall<ing all night with friends in 
Carter , DP choir trips, adventurous 
trips with friends, Friday night dinners 




sleeping, cooking, shopping, 
talking on the phone 



w^ 



to become a successful doctor, 
marry, and have 5 children, reunite 
with loved ones 



d 



I, Tabitha Miller, upon 
my departure from Oakwood 
college bequeath the following 
items: 

To the incoming Fresh- 
man-the years will fly by before 
you know it. Have fun but be 
serious about your schooling. 
You will be happy that you did 
when it is over. Males-we need 
more of you as teachers! 

Signed, 



u'CS- 



), WillicAn^ L-tie, upo^A n\y 
depar+uce. fcoHA C^<ji\<\/\^ooc\ CZ-o]- 
\e.cfe. be-cjutitA+K +Kte follov^inc; 

peace, n^y joy, <ukAd stivei'c*! \Aj\\r\c.) 
wo^*sKip +koucjU+s. Xo ^wy He-Ii" 
cJio^A c(P\d XKeolocjy flMti^Ads, ^ 
leave. tKe Kope +Kaf is wi+^^i^A us 
oiA finisKiiAcf the wot'U so Jesus 
ean v-e.\\^i^vy. Xo ^■<^ya^A Suni+U ^ 
leave +Ue j^nof-k-ven+s of laucjU+er* 
and Jo!<es v^e sUai^ed. Xo L-i^A" 
col^A S^v^i+^^, T-*a+rid< Jaccjues, 
Delat^O So^A, a^Ad a Uos+ of 
friei^ds ) leave n^y de"^er^v^i^Aa■^'io^A 
+o succeed. Xo n^y professors ./ 
Say tUaiAlt you. T-ikAally, pt'ay c-\vyc^ 
i^ever cjive up! 



Sicik^ed, 



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Kahlima Dudley 

my goal is to Become a Successful. 
puBLic ReLatioNS pRactitioNeR 

fReSHmaN yeaR, Cnicago 20O1, 
gROWiN^ up, Lots of aNSweRec) 
pRayeRS 

SpReaSiNcj Qak, CommuNicatioN 
CLuB, may c)ub c)esic5NS 



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to tRaveL woRLSwiSe aNc) Be 
aN airiBassaboR in tne miSSLe 

east 



.' l.tinekeCr Stevens, upon 
my departure form Oakwood College 

tqueath the following: 
To my friend Anthea Knight, I 
lye my endurance and patience; 
nika, the courage to let God 
your gifts and talents; to 
.eredith^the determination to go to 
class; to Carlos, I leave my love of 
art..and the tal^ftt thereofr To those I 
lorgot to mentibn, I bequeath a strive 
^or heavih and cohlhijation ta follow 
Christ's example. 
''""^''' Signedv'^^' '^** 



I, Dianna Mc Farfane, u^on f?i\| departure from Oakwood College 
hegueath the following items: 

bA\j encourangement to all of m\j campus children, Kim Fearson and 
m\j incoming freshman nejjhew {take care of him ya'll). I also leave m\j 
dedication, determination, and corn\j sense of humor to the upcoming Social 
Work classes. And to m\j friends in other disciplines, Sta\j focused ya'll. 
Keep GOD first alwa\js and allow Him to prioritize "\jour present problem" 
{that's especiall\j for \jou Shelly). 

Signed, 

I, Kelly-Susaye Lewis, upon my departure from Oakwood 
College bequeath the following: 

To my New York heads, all the broken toilets in Wade Hall, 
all the annoying announcements from the front desk, the many 
blessings that I have obtained, the "growing up" that I did due to 
experiences only OC could provide, and the privilage to reach 
your fullest potential. 

Signed, 



Ronald Jones 



Be successful 



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Smashing, my 
crew- 




Perfecting a optical 
Illusion 



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Mercedes 5600 
vl2 



John Mills III 

to become tne be^t pnL(?lcIctn tnat \^oa nas 
ever created and to be an excellent j-atner 

/-\ Y O- V^boir, and (^^nurcn 



^rioir and jtudie? 

to be a tool \ov (,^_^brist In everL| avenue 

of m4 llf-r- 




Jennifer Gray 




HEAVEN 



FRESHMEN YEAR DRAMA, JUNIOR 
YEAR ABROAD, BEING WITH 
FRIENDS 




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SLEEP 



TO BE A LAWYER 



I, l^lizoibeth /^ngelci 
Qtewart, upon mL| departure 
prom V_ycfkwood (^^ollege be- 
cjueatn tne pol lowing item?: 

I o mLj ?ucce??or?, mL| love 
por lipe and all it ba? to opper, mij 
eagerne?? to bave a closer rela- 
tion?bip witb y^^oa. 



Si. 



I I, Jq^ Victor, upon my departure 

^^^^Jocil^ld College bequeilfe;tjaa»ffis 
ipowin0>lSms:' '' ''- 

To my mother and father yoL| 
^dye beeftq major support in rny liteT1| 
^^ree^id^^^rythjQ^^u hav^ done |l 
fe my socidf work professors I realize thf 
J could never return back to you the L 
ipQount Q|lpve, educoffon, and time . 
t^yoall|i^:givertsJf^hd, tO':iii|idcialf 
Work major;'hold on to God's uhdhangi 
ing hand. f"^^ 



Liana Gray 



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I, Liana Noella Gray, upon my 
departure from Oakwood College 
bequeath the following items: 

to Josette Louis, I leave my 
CD player (sike!), my laughter, and 
thanx for always listening to me 
babble. To Woody Gracia, a year's 
supply of gas or gas money (you're 
gonna need it). To Devonett Troupe, 
my 8 o'clock am classes (since I 
know you're such a morning person - 
ha,ha,ha). To Lameta Troupe, I leave 
a ticket to N.Y. and Metro card (so 
you can shop til you drop girl ! ! !). To 
Jason Patton, I leave my meal plan 
(and whatever money is left on my 
card)! To Keisha Winters I leave my 
jeans! 

Signed, 



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le. 



Kathleen Lewis 

to become a pomuient pediatyician or 
OB/GYN 

flwjinq the piayw for various activities, 
hreakfast with the qanc) (ISC), Peekaboo 
comiru] in the room, working the lab with 
m\j partner ]oet, watching ER with Lori, 
Ahjsia, and Tami, bam and iipm 
worships (Noah and Twila), when 
Drlando was Social Vice, talkincj to fn\/ 
hro for 20 million xjears, the oricjinal jolks 
in the 207 suite (ASKK), piracticing 
classical music and having jokes with Zae, 
and jinalhj, the 3 Musketeers 

Phi Eta Siqma. \nt\amural basketball, 
tennis with ]osh, roller skatiru], Epsilon 
Phi Delta 



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to become successful in the e\jes of 
God according to His will 



•s^e^' 



HeaveN aNd to puRSue a caReeR in 
C)eNti,stRy aN() I.eaRN 5piiNi,SH 
fl.ueNtLy 

tne BUS tRip comiNG Back fRom 
N.y. to HuNtsviLLe tuat took 
to bay si I I 
VOt! 5t?Nat()R^ CHOIR tRips aNt) 

tRips to 5au 

to tRavel. aNd visit c)iffeReNt 
CaRiBBeaN isLaN^s aNc) coun- 
tRies 



i, tian rniciiel.I.e (jRaves^ upON my ! 

SepaRtuRe f'Rom Oakwoob CloLI.ec;e nei^ueatn tne , 

foLLowiNc; item.s; ! 

to my SaucjutcR, tiffaNv BuRtoN i 

1 
Leave tne "SebeRUNt" OaNCe, to mv Roomie, \ 

■ ■ I 

OeoNbRia jeffies 1 Leave my aLaRm cLock. my 

I 

appLesauCe aN5 pRetz,eLs^ aNc) tne OC CameRata^ 

to Qkic aNc) LLoyc) i Leave our weekLy LunCh-in. 

at Runy tues&ays to RoBeRta B'Snop i Leave my 

"fRaNCOS", aN6 to ms mooRe aNc) ms. CLay i 

Leave my favoRite fReNCH soNg "LiLe HeuReuse", 

my caRRots aN6 my appReciatioN aN6 tuaNks. 



5iciNe&^ 




1, Jl NNIFFR AlI'ORD, UPON MY OFPARTURE FROM 

Ovkwoon C\)fff(;f bfqufath the follow inc; lifms: 

MY MOiIILRlN(; SKILLS FO KaTARA, WATCH OUT FOR MY 
(JIRLS, YOL ARL IN CIIAR(;F NOW'. To MY DAIKJHTER CoURTNEY, 
MY rOSI riON IN THE FINANCIAL CLEARANCE LINE AND PATIENCE 
IN 1 HE ACCOUNTINC; DEPARTMENT. To MY DAUGHTER AND 
COIISIN AdAIRA, I LEAVE MY STRENGTH TO SI AND FOR WHAT IS 
RIGHT. To DaNITA, I LEAVE MY' LOVING AT^FITUDE. 

Signed, 



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Henry "Able " Richardson 

I o be 01 ^uccesjpul plastic surgeon or 
ortnopedic surgeon, own a neoltn care 
rendbilitcition center 

(grange ana blue, tncit lignt , train track I 

a 

j — ^elp other minorities reacn tneir cjoals ■ I 



ramurals. 



Alp^iQiAMPJnt 

Uattle op tne (Organization 



tvyy dtipiAi'+ui'ti fi'ocn 0<ul<wood 

+o co>-\+i(AUti ofAc) fi[AisI-\ \A/itK ptii'sis" 
jrei^ct^ tAi-\d t<ji+U. To Ktivin 
BariAeastj" M^y UotAcI ^v^o■^io^A >'ou 
|I<^AO^A^ +Ue oi^ti, to Dic4iA(Atj, f-ny coi^- 
f^»0^^■^'Cl+io^^<Jl cjt+itudti, cAtAcJ to Lill>', (v\y 
;cfi»titAt +<-AltiiAt of pi'Od'cAS+i(A«jitioiA. To 

cjII ]3ioloc(>' kWojOI'S- ptit to !<fAOW Di>. 

ScU^widt sUti s oiAly tryincj to Utilp you 

iouvt. To tiV»til'yO^-\ti tiIsti"fV\y lovti CA^-\C^ 

;MAy t'esptict. 



Sic(tAticl, 



c^^/Jl 



I, Melissa Het/wan-Bflkef, upon my 
departure from Oakwood Colleqe from hequeath the 
following items: 

To an]jone hunqr^j or crazy enouqh, all 
the meals I didn't eat in the Cafe; walking shoes- 
needed for rei^istration, patience & respect- also for 
registration, farkinq decals for ever\jone & this word 
of encouragement- if I did it, so can \jOu, ]ust 
Believe! 

Signet/, 



I, Jennifer Gray, upon my depar- 
ture from Oakwood College bequeath 
the following items: 

My visits to the Roddy house to 
my sons Lamar Cochran, Edward 
Anderson, Donnie Bedney, and Jeremy 
Moore, my sarcasm and driving skills to 
Megan Yelorda and Zynia Spencer, my 
school spirit to Mayatu Peabody, and my 
academic success to my brother Mat- 
thew Gray. To everyone else, peace! 

Signed, 



/• 



o 



Raymond King 

PhD, write a book, marriage, 
heaven 



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D.P. Spring break, AYS, 
Peterson Hall 98-99, CAFE 





D.P, Madison Mission, PH 
Club, Field 



Meeting Hallie Berry, My 
own talk show 



oioctv >\o 



Janice Royer 

get to heaven and see God's face eventually. However, in the mean time I will 
complete my B.S., M.B.A., and C.RA. 

registration lines during financial clearance with Mr. B., development of life long 
friendships, my wonderful professors especially Mr. B., and my devoted and support 
ive mother and family 



Accounting class field trip to the Mercedes Benz Plant, summer work with Mr. 
Bell, Phi Beta Lambda, Business Club, SIFE, NABA 



direct an Accounting business in Dominica, travel to all major continents and Hawaii 

Andrea Lennard 



B 

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to go to heaven and become a CPA 



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making life-long friendships, freshmen year, Cater Hall, financial clear- 
ance 



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Accounting cluh, \nternatxonod Clul?, Volunteer ysiorV, USM ho'^Xmg 
To he remembered as someone who made a difference in the lives of others 



.h-JICZ5[ 



ICDl 



Monica How son 



y Goii Has BeeN goal) to me 



RetiRiNcj fRom ONe LeveL 
aNO moviNc; on tee Next 



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aLways Be WTiLLiNc; to take 



a CHaNCe 



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C)eteRmiNet> to t)o my Best 



Victor Wilson 

+ecl to CaOc\ 



'SSS^ 






'^io^A 






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to be tAiA tixc:tilItiiA+ 
BrOcAclccAS+er' 



ICZ)^ 



Z)«j Ramphal 




To Jje tke i'est at whatever is fut before 
me. 

Watdiinq i,ooo of Black folk act civilized 
on ¥rida\j and SatuYda\j 

Winning 2001 OC Intramurah, Task Force, 
L.E.T.C. 



To he with Jesus and while on earth 
marr\j m\j one true love Tekira 





Angela Ezzard 



receive mif masters \y\ Occnfatxoy\a\ 
Therafxj 



when 1 first came to Oakwood, all the 
friends I've qaiyxed, the USM activities, 
and hanc^inc^ with the AT.L. crew 



Allied Health Cluh, Yearbook, 
\Nade Hall Dorm Cluh 



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To have a succcssfid career in Occupa- 
tional Therainj, working a rehah or 
clinic, and cjet married and have at 
least 3 children 



I, Antoniah Lewis- Reese, upon 
my departure from Oakwood College 
bequeath the following items: 

To my sister, Allaceea Lewis (who 
begins next fall) I leave my unwillingness 
to settle for less, my academic focus, my 
law profile, and my tendency to "look" 
stank (but be nice underneath); to my 
friends that are few but true (you know 
who you are) I elave mylove and prayers 
for endurance and strength throughout 
the duration of your stay at the Oaks. 

Signed, 



a.j^:u 



Petra Dotson 



to use my gifts, talents, and career, 
to glorify God and uplift others 



freshman year ('97), my semester as a : 
DEEP student, my year in Argentina 
(ACA) 

Aeolians, Orchestra (back in the 
day), Spanish club (the couple of 
weeks we had one) 

to become a Christian singer, 
become more fluent in Spanish 




Michelle Hall 

to finish nneclical school and be- 
come Q neonatal pediatrician 

Madagascar 2000-NAPS, 
spending quality tinne with 
friends, Miss Oakwood Pageants 

NAPS, Orchestra, Girls Club, Sci- 
ence Club, USM, SNMA 



To be on exonnple to all and 
to make it to heaven 




(s^erri-/\iin [^ lc|\|ish, upon mij Jepjrt:ure pr'om {__)a\\^ood (^ollec^e bec^uecath the ["ollowlng 



tteiiiv-; 



to mu cutts iinJ loviiic] brother, (^hris, cinj mij beciutl|-ul | ina, rriLj roommate | o^a, lifter | erry, 
joii Micnctel, dciugnter | rina, liu?bcinj Pciul, nephew PJ, tj J, LJcinnLi, LJcivid, and mij good |-riend? 
|\|^itk)n rJickiel, /\j, moujbe (^eorge and ^y es...| m leaving, but | m passing to l|ou memories op me, like 
mu Droke leg. \_)\v. and mij bratherj. | 04a and mL)?elp laughing or having worship at 5:00am, leaving behind 
statistics. Ml'- Pullela as Pellys sleeppl classes, long walk? to and |-rom o|")" campus {tj I buildingj, long 
walks' to work (-pd. |_JeptJ with no ride when days are cold, making copies |_Jr. | | each aaij. \_Jon t worrij, 
I m also on leaving trie thought o|" missing the fellowship o(- | |adison, N^ednesdai) night prayer meeting, the 
cafe, even the vegan line. | pass these me more for ljou to treasure in L)our heart, because | will never forget It 



in time. 



Aligned, 



<^^^^^^'Cl. 



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Bradley Tramel 



To be successful in my occupation 
& to have a good relationship with 
Christ 



%i.^^ Banquet & Alumni 2000, March 
I 25, 2000 crossover, ATL 

a Basketball, Weight lifting, STUDYING, 
Drawing 



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A fully loaded Navigator and Jaguar. 
To get my parents a house 



), DocxcaIc! A'loiAf'ota 1)1, upo^A 
yv\y deptarfut'te ti'onA Ot:il<wood 
CZ-oWe-c^e- L>ecju*e«TK TKe. tollowir^c) 

will «t^d ^r^^,y de^+e.i'fv\irAcj+iorA +0 tix<se.l 
\v\ all av-^e-as of life +o N^avAovy +-lil!, vyyy 
\e^v\ac\\y, SpirM+, av\ci woi'U e-^U'ic To 
Jostipl-v I3cj+tiS, ^v^y cl<edi<stATio»A to 
sciWocy], ttAn^ily, C^oA, o»acI spoi'+s To 
HA>' L>oy Jei'o^wti, cj,vyc\ TKtj"f old A^us- 
+<u^AC) spiiN+ fo Jtii'oiTAe, De.n^*icli^o, 
Jiut'KvtAi^, y\cli'i«i^, cAvyc\ 7V)oi'+oiA. 
Sic)fAtid, 



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PendezcL Green 



become a successful pediatri- 
cian and business woman and 
make it to heaven 

Mkono-Nia mission trips and 
plays, laughing with "the fam" 



d 



Mkono-Nia, Ambassador Basket- 
ball, Carter Hall RA, Yearbook 
Sports Editor, Intramurals, USM 
Senate 



to be reminiscing with my 
Mkono-nia family in heaven 
and for my entire family to be 
in the 1st resurrection 



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Robyn Hawkins 

ul.timate goal, is to Be a 
seRvaNt foR tHe JTlost HigH 

tue times wneN my WHoLe SociaL 
VVoRk cLass Racec) acjaiNSt time aNc) 
gRavity to tuRN in papeRS 

get togetneRS, BowLiNg, Sesates, 
BoxiNg, aNS SiNgiNg 



IP-dori 



to make a SiffeRCNCe iN tne Life 
of otneRS 



/ir 



Cherisa Franklin 

to txrxrome a successful 
C ;lir lie til Psychologist 

the cafeteria USiVl eventSv 
Ivikono-Nia 

drama vOt, Soccser, Psy- 
cliology Glut) 



Kelle Neal 



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To be an instrument for the L^ord 
ALI^ 0\/EF^ the: wOf^LD! 



Cltioir trips performances (98- 
99), Krisp\' Kreme runs vsith 
L^A AND DD. freslTmen \'ear 



Aeolians (4 long \'ears!), Orientation 
Navigator 



to get married have children, 
to be vv/ell-off, go to I— leaven 



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I3roadw'ay starlet, going to all 
seven continents Heaven! 



I, DiANNA BeKNICE MoSELEY, IIPON MY nKI',\Hrt KK FROM ().\K\\()On CoLLEGE BEQllE.VTH THE 
EOEEOWTNG ITEM.S: 

To MY .SON, Ke\IN, I LEA\'E H\ BABY TICCEK, MY ri(;(;EK KEY CHAIN, AND AEL MY MOTHERLY 

Lo\E AND .srri'ORT. To Candy, I leave all my hair produces, my T\, my \ideos, and my show er 

SHOES. To M\ NIECE, DaNI, I LE.\\E MY LO\'E OF BUN AND CHEE.SE AND OUR LATE NIGHT TALK.S. To THE 

Florid.\-Cali crew (Nicole, K\\ea,.Ienelle, and Tesa), I lea\e my lo\'e and wlshes that I could 

SPEND MORE TIME W ITH YOU GUYS. To MiCHELLE (MiKe) I LEA\E ALL MY KNOWLEDGE AND LO\ E OF ALL 

OLD R&B AND Black culture. To my be.st friend, Lilly, I lea\e my tw ef.zers, all of our inside 

lOKES, and my NE\ER ENDING THANKS FOR ALWAYS BEINC; FHERE. 

Skjned, 



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_[^ICDf 



lO-^ 



Tiffany Rugless 



Lilly Archer 



Si. n^O+Ufcii' 



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99-01', QT S, AAoMAtifA+s 



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<^tiifinc( to Utif-ivf t 



Melissa Mallete 



To get out of Hunstville 
l^si^ and get to Heaven 



MD/MPH, Heaven 



Late mqhts in Cunmnqkam, Carfer Hall 
QT's, Guxjana Mission '99, PPG 



NAPS, USM Senafe, Senate Seeretarv/, Execu- 
tive VP, College Bowl 



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I A liappi/ life, \ii\^\\inq God's will in nuj life 



I, Janice Ro\/er, upon m^j departure 
from OaVwood Collei^e \)e({ueath. the /ollow- 
inc^ Items: 

To ever\jone, trust, and obedience m 
tke Lord. Give and it skaW he qiven unto 
\jou: qood measure pressed down, shaken 
together, and running over will he put into 
\jOur hosom. For with the same measure 
that \jou use, it will he measured hack to 
\jou. Luke 6:38 

Signed, 



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Junior year- Mad 
Crazy 



i^^»««iirr, imON MY DEPAR-; 

^,JlJRE„|ROM, OaKWDOD .GOLLEXiE BEQU^-*^*^ 
'^— fOLLO^lNG ITEMS r>' -:x '^X;;. , 

|>jKro Sam, ^ith, .:KoRiEy and, ^ --^-^^ 

KjEVANN, my BROraERS, I LEAVE MY FR/ 

^OaffAS BElSSERlJS \XpH, Ai-jCSGOKfTHINiar 
TAKE CARE OF IT. To SaM, M"i' APARIMENT, 

:TAKE;*(|ARE'(|F JT^I'lL B^^3AG^^ TcJcAEf"^ 



MAJORS, THE 



THAT THE ROAD 



Education Club 



*DOES JINAEEY COME l^O'AN END, Sa^DOg 



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QUIT! 



To many too men- 
tion 



'SlGI^IED, 



fe<t2>*-<&:€:e^ 



ico-^ 



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Dianna Moseley 

to fiNiSH tne yeaRBook^ to 
Become a medical. (ioCtoR 

CuNNiNc^Ham HaLI.. hays/ 
eveNiNcjs/NiciHts/moRNiN(;j,s iN 
tHe yeaRBOok office^ USlTl 
ineetiNc^s^ FTla^acjascaR nii.5.sioN^ 
l.st fl.ooR New wiNc; (ot'^^) 

Nap5, Sc'.ieNCe CIub, 
ORt:ne.stRa^ CoLLec^e BowL^ 
yeaRBOok 



to Live nappil.y eveR afteR^ 
ON eaRt?i aNc") in neaveN 



I, Dorliel Alarm Davis, upon m\j 
departure jrwn Oakwood College hequeath the 
jollowinij items: 

to the Florida people the willinqness to 
cook food on Saturdaxj l^ecaase we are gone, to the 
juture ?s\jcholoq\j Gluh, staxj strong and let God 
use xjou, to the sh\j people in VOT wlio know 
they can sing, SING!!! ha ha ha. To the LETC, 
I'e strong and keep praxjing, to students like me 
who come to Oakwood not sure ofxjourself, just let 
God lead. He ioes amazing things. For Angela 
and Clierisa 1 leave all nnj sarcasm. 



Signed, 



\J <^.\J^..-eJL 



Susan Ogbonna 

to graduate, to be a CPA, and be 
successful business woman 



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Navigation, Oye ministry, 1 st 
floor old wing! all my acct. girls, 
NY flnest 

basketball, jokes, acting, playing 

spades 



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to be a strong woman, get into 
the kingdom, to graduate 



Myla Humphrey 

I'c > t T liike ii to tl X" Ivle"tropolii3ti 

^^l ic> weintj-. 

rAcx)litins TOLU'S, summer 
c:l loii , Pir le l^orge Ac3clenny 

Clioir rel^eeirsal, my Dfid mpiking 
5 me practice. 1 love yon Dad! 



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To sit at the feet of Jesus in 
Heaven 



OAr<KiooD College g>eglueat<-i Tf4E i^ollokkmg 

fTEMS: 

TO MV Pn^JEMOS AMD PAM ( LEAV/E MV STP.EMGTW, 
DETEaM(MAT(OM, AMD MV AG>JLfTy TO EMDUfLE WfTfJ 
OAKKIOOD. ( EMCOUOAGE ALL TO SEE« GoD (=lCLe>r 
AMD LET 4-l(M LEAD MO MATTEP.Tf4E S(TUAT(OM. AMD 
r^EMEM&EP. L(P£ EKfSTS I^AfJ. foEVOMD OA«t\)OOD, 
SO LETS «EEP fT fi-EAL. 

S(GMED, 



C^^^-o-Zv 




Demisha Burns 



To OPEN A CHAIN OF THERAPEUTIC 
PROGRAMS FOR AT-RISK YOUTH 

Miss Oakwood pageant 2002, D.E.E.P. 
Program, breakfast at midnight, Cali 
Balling Squad II (CBS II) 



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Art and Soul, VOT, motivational 
speakinc;, mentoring, intramurals 



To BE HOLISTICALLV STABLE, BE HAPPY, 
AND LI\E ETERNALLY WITH CiOD 



I, Myla Humphrey, upon 
my departure from Oakwood 
College bequeath the followhg 
items: 

To the Aeolians I leave a 
legacy of Spirit filled music. I 
leave you with these words: Choir 
is like baseball, pitch with energy, 
teamwork, and ultimately to uplift 
the ball, which is the name of 
the Lord and score a Home Run 
to Heaven. 

Signed, 



z_ 



16 



Veronica Jones 



To fulfill all my dreams in life 



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Freshmen yr.(1^' floor, new 
wing "That Crew" QT) Faith, 
Jr. and Sr. year roommate, 
Nicole Barron 



a 



Skating, Orchestra, Dorm Club, 
Pre-Alumni Council, PAC/UNC 
Conference, Fall '01 Leader- 
ship Conference, Best Friend 
Brian, Love ya 



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Looking forward and 
never turning back 




Kerron Warrick 



To becxDme a suooessf ul 
business owner, srvcX to be all 
that 1 can be througln Jesus 



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CZOming to Oc: for the first 
time, baptism at IVlaclison 
IVlission good times at 
Hillside V^illage 



^pi'w 



SiFJE, bcisketball intiamurals, 



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tjTiFFAKV Rik;i,ess, upon mv 

DEPARTURE FROM ()aK\\"OOI) COi,LE(;H 
JSEQUEATH THE EQJLlX)WIIvfC; rEE^ts; 
S TO MV SISTER, Lai fHEX RlTiEESS, 

[I LEAVE MY CAR, MV \\'IELIN(;NESS TO 
tSl'CCEEl), MY DULERMINATION, AND M'l' 

jipatience in the caee uj^e; to j^iy 
INashviele (jirls'IFekhon, LinBSeii", 
iCoERTNEV, EijsE, Jennifer, Meredith, 
•■CiwEM, ANii'EmcAKro mysons(}ason, 
^Jonathan, Romain, Adam, and Td:io- 

Ti-rv:^ REMEMBER 'E'C>:STAY FOCUSED AND 
DONY LET THEM WOMEN RULE ^OU. Ma^' 
(tOD BeE,SvS,, 

SrGNi'j), 



To marry my college 
sweetheart, Nf^. 



I, Tabitha Miller, upon departure from Oakwood College 
bequeath the following items: 

to the incoming freshman- the years will fly by before you 
know it. Have fun but be serious about your schooling. You 
will be happy that you did when it is over. Males— we need 
more of you as teachers. 

Signed, 



ta- 




Shelly Maddix 



Get MSW, become a motivational speal<er, establish Christian counseling center, 
ultimately stand on the sea of glass of Jesus 

1 5 pg, papers, sleepless nights, LETC, Book Club, Social Woric Conference 
Mkono-nio, VOT Choir, Pre-Alumni, Social Work Club, Phi Alpha 



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Singing two part harmony with the angels, Adam and Eve beside the Tree of 
Life 



Jennifer Alford 



To obtain my Masters in 
Aaoiintinq mi m\\ CPA 

Firsf floor old mnq, London 
Sfvinq Break 



^Jl IniYamuYals, Dymiriif Praise 




"old school", VITA 



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To have my own fax firm, 
ajamilxj, to make it to 
heaven 



I, Petra Dotson, upon my 
departure from Oakwood 
College bequeath the fol- 
lowing items: 

to all Oakwood students I 
leave the Adventist Col- 
leges abroad and DEEP 
Programs so you guys can 
gain great intercultural 
experiences, broaden your 
horizons, and most impor- 
tantly, get a break from 
Oakwood. 

Signed, 



I, Willena Davis, upon my departure from 
Oakwood College bequeath the following 
items: 

To my girls (Julio, Angel, Shoyland, 
Deony) I leave the great memories we shared 
hanging out, the knowledge that you too can 
finish Oakwood with a lot of determination, and 
the endless jokes and my vast vocabulary; To 
my cousins (Jamie, Jeremy, Darion, Domion & 
R.C), I leave my love and my lust for life; to my 
Philly girls I leave my hope that they will return to 
Philly one day soon. Finally to my boys (Mario 
and Mark) my friendship and love and the 
knowledge that I will miss their friendship next 
year. 

Signed, 



^n^^Ait 



X.-t2-- 



IC^^ 



Mn 



College bequeath the 

ivo-riiSI) CO nil 
itibn, to my c. sisters' 

*"^-^a), piUiwisdor^ 
ia4l|^|^|frTt^ S^^ 

*Iove andx;^; 




Ale the a Goodridge 

to bix'omk an ,\spiring 
social worker advocating 
a(;aix,sr domestic \'iolence 

Im^iendsiiips, Miss Oakwood, 
Drama, Social \A'orkers 

foo'ibali. 

To PEREORM AT IIIE MeIRO- 

poi.n AN Theatre 

Pettina Smith 



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to hccamc a coumcmq p\](mm]\sl, nave a 
fnmih|, ami (]nt [o licavm 



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2000 Ban(juet, the ist wives duh (SG, 
SM), Yreshnan xjear USM hve, 
avwassm] 

?s\jc\\o\oL]\j Cluh, LETC 

fo open (1 Cliristirtii Cokhsi'Ii'ikj Center 
for vjomen 



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Antoniah Lewis-Reese 

to Become a pnysiciaN aNO opCN a 
CoN.seLiNcj ceNteR/neaLtH cLiNiC in a^ 
uNdeRSeRvec) commuNity 

^VHeN i feLL Sown tne c;ym staiRS 
al.umNi 2001 

.siNcjiNc) In maOisoN JTlissioN mass 
Choir 

f iNaNCiaL fReeSom^ total. iNSepeN- 
■ ■ beNCe^ aN& a family 



Kerri-Ann McNish 

qradnate with m\j BBA and MBA and life 
a life of happiness 

^ trips {Florida/E. Coast Tour), surprise B- 
da\j, Sahhath dinner, and owtin^s witli the 
FL peeps 

DP, Social Vice Committee, Social Coordinator 
for Senior Class, Yearhook, Pre- Alumni 

live a God-fearing life of love, kindtiess, and 
success, to meet Will Smith or Morris 
Ckestymt 

i, QNtoiN Bowe. upoN my 5epaRtuRe 

f'Rom OakwooO CoUccie BeQvieatii tne fol.l.ow- 
iNc; item.s; 

to my BanamiaN c)Re(>iS (RoRy^ tiNO^ 
John Brown Boy.s) my cookiNc; skiLLs aNO 
t)Rive foR schooI.' my feLLows accouNtiNc; 
majORS. tee wiLLiNcjNess to Sefeat iNteRmebiate 
aNc) tHe otneR accouNtiNcj couR.ses' to iTlaNNe^ 
tne maNtLe to caRRy on my "paReNtLy" Legacy 
oveR tne BanamiaNS" iNcja (§r^ ^HONet^ my 
apaRtmeNt fuRNituRe cause ya'l.I, aiN't seRious 
aiiout LeaviNc; OC. 




Sic,Ne5, 



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I, ]ohn A. Mills III, iipn mv departure 
from Oakwood Collecje bequeath thefoUowing ite}ns: 

to }n\j sister,']aNae Milk and cousin, 
Nifole Kense\j, I leave mv sense of humor, m\j 
detennination, m\j Christian perception towards We, 
and lasthj my stunning good looh; to my Oal^wooa 
'peeps' luv i^a and remember bless the Lamh. 

Signed, 



^^*X-, 



L Pendeza Green, upon nny departure fronn Oakwood Col- 
lege bequeath the following items: 

My responsibilities to my sister Marjean Howard, my diva 
abilities to Kim Pearson, my Biology stresses to my sister Rhonda 
Stephens, my patience to my cousin jockie and our name 
ieogocy "Green", my long stories to Kondoce Waters and Cherie 
Keogh, my smile to Jonathan Scott, my faith to all my girls on G- 
west 2001 -2002, my singing skills to Trey Williams, my thug living to 
Sam and Fred "Blood!", my Coll diva name to Shalondro and 
Toyosi, and my love and heart to the Mkono-Nia family, I love you 
all! 

Signed, 



^i«^^-3-i^^ 



Sandy Garcia 

~Vo ow^A ex bicj Uoy^ye. & 

pui'posteful Sis+tei's & 

aTTiNps to Sou+hei'i^ 




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~Co Ijti wi+l-v HAy ttjfKtii' ii^ 



Willena Davis 



to become o successful psy- 
chiatrist and lawyer 



hanging out with my friends 
and Sabbath dinners with my 
CDL crew 

skating 



to open up a home for 
runaway teens and rely own 
psychiatric practice 



William Lee 



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I, I lelindd I |c|\Jeil, upon mi) 
depc^rture prom C_yoikwoool Q^^ollec^e 
bequeatn tne pollowlng Item?: 

to mif puture educcitor? (^vJo?Il| 

■| — vaucok, I Lffon "Dell, | uwncicio ^cottj 

mc!L( v^^od continue to ble?? ljou a\\ like 
L|ou all ncive been a bles-fing in mu) liy-e. | o 
a wonderj'ul, c^ttrcictive, C^i^od-peciring 
moin who na? oiIwoilj? tried to encoupcige 
me everL| ^tep optne woilj, ^am\e \_Jayk, \ 
give to L(ou mi) love oincl -respect por being 
pcitient witn me, ana \ know C.37O0I I? witn 
Ljou and will continue to be. 



Oigned, 



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TO FULFILL Cioo's CALLING THAT 

He has placed upon my life 

my first ays service and 
filling out an application 
for graduation 

R.A. AT Peterson, Religion 
AND Theology Forum, Big 
Brothers and Sisters 

to be the me i can be 



I, QouYln^ Hall, w^on mv^ departure from Oakwood College hegueath 
the following items: 

bA\j wonderful and wise counsel to the Social Work Class (2003)! Keep 
on, trust me \jou will make it tool bA\j encouragement to m\j brother Duane..! 
see the change in \jou. Keep it up manl I believe in \}ou\ To m^j little sisters 
Chawah bAcCo^j and Deidra-Anne Leiha, keep it real...watch out for those 
BOYS! Finally and most importantl\j, to m\) best friend Rohjn, I will love you 
for life. 

Signed, 



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I, Veronica Jones, upon my departure from Oakwood College bequeath 
the following items: 

Oakwood is full of surprises. I want to leave patience to all those at OC 
and my full attention to succeed on schoolwork. Oh, don't let me 4 get room- 
mate challenges. You need patience, love, and prayer (it's the only way). I 
leave my love for Tierra, Mici, Shaunte, life and Curlis, stay focus by putting 
God First. 

Signed, 



y. 



.h-JIC)F^. 



10^ 



Camille Cochran 



fulfilling God's purpose, 
heaven, SW career-helping 
change lives 



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Spring Semester 98-99, 
Snow 1 St day of class, 
lin. 12:00-melted(NO 
SCHOOL!) 



VOT, WSB 



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marriage, children, a 
big house on a hill 



I, Melissa Mallete, upon my 
departure from Oakwood Col- 
lege bequeath the following 
items: 

All my Reading Diagnosis, 
Foundation of Reading and 
Methods of Art project to the 
highest bidder. 
Signed, 




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Antoin Bowe 



MBA, CPA, College 
Professor 



all Miss DCs, Tornado Scare 
2001, Orientation 98 



College Choir, SIFE, 
Tutor, P.A., Accounting 
Club 



graduation, millionaire by 
age 30, beachfront home 



-~)vanaon, mu 



BpO^ mtj 







Shavonne Dorsey 

possibiti 



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y^tiolicAiAS, yviusit; CZ-\l\Ij, l-'i'ti y\lutv\t-\i 



+o be k<upp>' vvifK my Ccji'titii', 
funnily, HAOS+ of caII bti Iacapp>' wifU 
<:lod 



situation?; final 



,£^-^1 




Melissa Hedman-Baker 



"1 ( ) fje respeotfuUy neimeci 
Dr. ivielissa I3aker (Pi iD in 
Social Work) 



Pci^eants, dotlie^j-. IcMi in 
tl x» 3nov\' in TO. (I cix 
c^rracx:-- U KnoxA'!), n i\ ■ 1 .^t 
c <ir, Snltaiv-s 

Sex ifil Work C^nt), F^oots 
Girbs Soeoc^r Team, Alpl la 
c 3 li- ^'cvlll Ki^il 



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1 () I XI\' m\' I IK Mil w\ lilt- 

( \'c 1 .'sl le wants, owi i 
^onp liomes, get married 
I lave triplets^ and meet 
1 n\ SeiN'ior taee to face 



ICDcS. 



1, Susan O(^honna, ufon )yvj de^ar- 
ture from Oakwood College bequeath the 
following items: 

bA\) car to my nieve and nefhew 
(Eve, Eze) m\j jokes and personality; love to 
m\j unhorn children] My Navigator jjosition 
1 leave to Mrs. Jacohs, love you always! To 
the upcoming business majors I leave m\j 
hardship, 45's on tests and sleepless nightsl 
To the entire student body 1 leave GOD for 
He win never turn His back on \jou\ Stay 
frayed up\ 

Signed, 



Synanda Jobson 

to 15ecome a successful obs letri- 
cian/(;ynecologist (MD/Ph.D.) 
and also to make w to heaven 



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Si'i^L\(; Break TOURS with DP, 
Freshman Concert '98 

Dynamic Praise, Science 
Club, AMP Club 

TO CUT A CD, \ isn Paris, 

MARRIACiE AND FAMILY 





Alcfhca Good ridge 

to become an cajpiring ?ocic;il woi^kef 
lulvocating cigciinjt domestic 




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priendfhiip, | \k? {^a\\^ooa, 



avama, oocic^l worKer? 
^^"^k pootbcill 



Tineke Stevens 

to fiNi.sn my B5 'n a^t Q'Ou- 
CatioN aNc) Receive my 3i2i2i in 
a.Rt tneRapy 

rFRic)ay atsib SatuR^ay c)p 
pRactices^ BeRmy Love 

^yNamic pRaise^ a^t ^ 5ouL 



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to perform at the | |etropol 
ton I necitre 



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to visit CuROpe^ to Be tue 
womeN (^ob wouLc) nave me 
to Be... aNb G;et to neaveN 




Dalila John-Lewis 

"15 bciL-ie^s 



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"ClAti citay ('ny vyyoyv\ civ'opped cue 

off fl'CisU^VMJkA yetjp OkAcI C)c<\/e oil 

cny fi'ititAtls fv\OkAt2y 



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il^olltJcfe 3owl, Voictis of "C I'inH^pK, 
MSA'^ futAcli'cAisiiAC) c;o^v^^v^i++titi 



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World 1-^eooe 



I, An^ek Ezzard, wpon m\j 
dqiarture jrom Oakwood College 
hequeath the following items: 

Amanda, m\j cuz, I leave 
all of m\j remaining friends to look 
out for \jou. Dorrhel, who gets on 
m\} nerves, much love. M\j 
A.T.L. crew, the strength to keep 
on representing that Dirtx] South. 

Svgned, 



Quantrilla Carter 



ivirs. Q, IviD/Ph. D, etc, 
enres for Aicls, Sarooido- 
sis & Caneer, the Nevs/ 
Jerusalem 

South Pkwy. iviiss Oc; the 
fcxDci fight in the cafe, 
hringing back the Camry 




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vCrr, Aeolians, F^A. 
CJass Officer, Skating, 
Chalupas (midnight) 



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Ixjvc, iviillionaires Sv-ir- 
geon General, my auitobi- 
ography 



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a 



Rhianna Aaron 



the Kingdom of God 



OC 101 as a Freshman and 
a Navigator 

VOT, Mkono-Nia, Yearbook, 
CAA Tutor, CALI Girls Flag 
Football 



FKOM OaK| 



Yanis* 



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To be successful in what- 
ever I put my mind to do 
with the help of Christ 



Alex, I lea\'e u\ : 

PERSON IN MY LIFE. 
I LEA\'E Kfi' DEl'ERi 
CHARACTER, TO MY -t^j^j^^^ 
PRINCESSES I LEA\'E PRO\i& 
FIND A VIRTliOUS WOUt 
FAR ABOVE RLBIES/' 



Sign;ee>> 



I, Demisha Rosanna Jenee Burns, upon my departure from Oakwood College 
bequeath the following items: 

To my brother and incoming sister, Joseph and LaToya Burns, I leave the 
happiness that you have given me by sharing in the Oakwood experience, as well as 
my notes and books from any classes that you may need. To all of my children whom I 
love dearly, but as a mother, a sister, and a friend, I leave the wisdom that you have 
engraved in my soul. To my sisters, no words but much love. To the CW (Cunningham 
and Carter Women) stay strong because we define who we are, we don't allow others 
to. To Bree and Carlynn, I leave a friendship that no one or anything can tear apart, 
thank you both for being true. To my beautiful divas of Cuteness Unlimited, you all 
have taught me so much about myself and I appreciate it. To my virtuous sisters of Zee 
Phi, no matter where I go, the love will never stop. To my boys, no names needed, you 
all were truly my backbone, thank you! To my Cali Crews, thank you for making me 
tryly exemplify the Oakwood woman. To the staff, thank you for allowing me to be 
myself. To my campus parents, I love you all. To those I have impacted negatively, I 
apologize and I pray that God forgives me, but to those who I have impacted positively, 
let God continue at the center and remember not just to talk the talk, but to walk the 
walk to His throne. To Oakwood, where I've had both positive and negative experi- 
ences, you will always have a part of me. I love you all, I'll miss you all, and if I don't 
see you ever again I'll meet you in the kingdom. 



Signed, 



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"^r-JicOF^^^ lO^ 



Dianna McFarlane 



Qrad. School 



KunninOi to classes 




Social Work Cluh, a 
hit of evenjthincj 



ittle 



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Dreams of Heaven 



I, Dalila John-Lewis, 
upon my departure 
from Oakwood Col- 
lege bequeath the 
following items: 

The ability to deter- 
mine your true 
friends and the drive 
to study, study, study. 
Signed, 



\, Day Ramphal, upon my departure 
from Oakwood College bequeath the follow- 
ing items: 

the ability to tell people to be them- 
selves in spite of what others may think, let 
your Oakwood experience be what you 
make it, come to this school and find Cod. 
That everyone from Atlanta won't be afraid 
to show their personality. Forgiving all of my 
enemies of what they have ever done to me. 
"Class of 2001 " 

Signed, 



LEaVe IVRt' CHA^M &'MY L6VE; to MY'BEAIiTI- 'i*'^ 



.'MeKts; and to 'SlSf ER'KlESHA'"W^TERStI 

:|£AS'T.:^i!^ir -^ll ME|§;V(^A i;:|4e.\||klco||e 
"•'"IaiieE'.:- , , :^ ;' 




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Melinda McNeil 



to become a motivatinc;, 
encoliraginc; educator 

\'ot practices, 3rd floor old 
w'iNc;, Child Dev. Lab, 
ih:m.s\'illk'.s constant weather 
chan(;es, fun time wtih my twin 
SISTER, ILSM em-:nts, off-campus 
life, and many laughs with 
Andi, Miranda, Chi Chi, Nikki, 
'rAN(;iE, Ssanyu, and Michelle 



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\X)1 , Kducalion Club, 

LETX\ IIOSITLAE MINLS'I'RIES 

TO ASPIRE rO BE MORE ChRLS L- 
EIKE AND PERFECT AND FOR NH 
CHARACrUR lO BE R1;AD\' FOR 
FIIF, EFFRNAL II()MF,COMIN(; 



Racheem Sagay 




TEiat great, getting'' -lap Tnomin.', I 

Ivly ]S/EX). decpree, a Eiappy fkmily I 

Fiiaancial clearance na±iracles, 
TJSdIvI actiydties, loTig w-alKs 
aroiand. caxcipios 

G psi, iTxanior Glass, EJKTN/LA., 
Science Clioi., XJSlsA. Senate 



A happy Inoine, ser-vice to God 
and. man., naeetiTig- my SaA^ior 



I, S\jnanda ]ohson, upon m\j departure 
from Oakwood College heqiieath the following 
items: 

to m\j sister, Terri Griffn, jiatience to 
endure stressful times and determination to finish 
school strong. To m\j sister /roomie, LaToya 
Roijfll, resfect to never settle for less than the hest 
(Chanel-Hill) and m\j alarm clock so \j0u can 
wake uf in the morning. To my camfus sons, ray 
perseverance in hard classes and sound judgment 
to discern right from wrong. 



Signed, 



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i-'CJ— v-v/<5C 



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^ItBI^W' 



Elizabeth Stewart 

To obtain my Ph.D in Chemistry 

Orientation week freshman year, 
weekend trip to TN, meeting my 
boyfriend 

Science club (98-99), SNMA 
(99-00), MSBE (00-01 ), Year- 
book (00-01) 



To travel around the world, to have 
a successful and fulfilling career 



i, iii'i^iN*^;! ilinuKosc, iipoN in ^(.'l■)nKtuKc f'Kom o^ikwoof* C(>''I'<-"t)c Tjec^uentii 
t lu- t'ol I o\v inh; ItiMii^: 

to my t'a\-oKito tcacucK.s (c)k. CI. CHaiiuicK.s^ L. Ulal.I.ORy^ aN?) a. Cl'^y) i 
1 ca\'c iii\- iitiiio.st Ko.spect aNc> appRcc'.iat ioN. to my favoRite cuaiRpcR.soN^ C)k. 
l.ai. \- (c^K. paul, you come close), iiiucn cJRatitut)e foR teaCHiNcj u.s "exceLI.eNCe 
^N-ituout cxcu.se". to my favoRite seCRetaRv (L. IHoncun) tuaNk.s foR aLways 
neiNHj tucRe to Li.steN aNt) a?>vise aNt) wnat a CuRistiaN ReaLLy is. ^nc) to my 
favoRite people (lx)V<[ , RLt, S(^, rLIc, jZc), S5mm, ymC, t5t, tlTl, ZiSC, 
joecl, VniVS, tljin) tnaNks foR tne laucjHS^ tne huc;s^ tne CRies^ tne talks^ tue 
smiles aNc) tne pRayeRS. i pRay tnat CnRist wouLc) Be tne ceNteR of our LiveS^ 
tiiat meet iN neaveN aNc) tnat \Me aRe fRieNbs foR etCRNity. 



Sic,Net)^ 



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Tiah Graves 






GriAcliACiiti ft'oi^n school, M^<jt'" 
jazz Lxji^d 



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(Z-Uo'ir I'tiKeorsiul 2 +icvAtis u day 

y^eoli^J^-^ pi'ocnises <J^Arl cIis<j\ppoit-\ + - 
fwtji^ls (LAli oIa!!) yVliss Ocil<woocl, 

■f-Iisfofy oil nigk+ei', test! 
De+tii'MAitAticI to l>e^ <j s+cAi' 



I, |\erron \v arrick, upon rriL) 
iieparture |~rom (^akwood (^_,ollege 
becjueatn tne |"ollowing item?: 

I o (^^ameron /-\., | wifn l|ou pnd 
tncit special jomeone. | o | ippcinL) yurton 
ana mij campu? daugnter, r\ia -| — ^enltj, | ieciV( 
mL| wlllingnej? ana determination to succeed 
in lipe. I o tne upcoming (^akwoodite?, mciL[ 
(^^^od ble?? 40U In ijour puture endeavor?. 



^Igned, 



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Tabitha Miller 



to Become tne Best teacneR 
WHeRe evcR ^oE" Leac)s me. 



BaNQtiet 2000 (i weNt witn 
RoBCRt WHO is NOW my Boy- 
fRieN5.) aN(), of couRSe, C^RaJiu- 
atioN Say. 




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V.O.t. aeoLiaNS, U.S.m. 
eveNts, avoiSiiNQ tne 

CLuBS. 



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to Bc maRRiei) aNt) make my 
HusnaNt) tee Happiest inaN on 
eaRtn. 



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Nicole Barron 



To make it to heaven , graduate, 
obtain my masters, find a job, get 
married 



Freshmen yr. 3rd floor New 
Wing, Riots, hanging with my 
ATL people, Veronica 

Yearbook Staff, Class officer, Pre- 
Alumni, Dorm Club, R.A. 



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To become a CEO of a hospital, to 
be able to help young people 
obtain a Christian Education 



I, CamiWe Cockran, ufon m\j departure from Oakwood Collei^e bequeath the followuKj 



items: 



to m\j hr other, I leave m\j endurance, m\j patience, and my determination. To my Social 
YJorkers, I leave m^j PRAYERS; But most of all my love. To my VOT choir, I leave my love of 
music, my pra-^ers, the VISION and the Spirit to save souls and chancre lives. To WSB, I leave 
my laughter, the trips that made us bond, the love that's everlasting, and the ministnj that remains. 
To my sisters, Sliauna S., Sarafi M., Adrianne ]., Amanda ]., and Keturah W. and most of all 
my SOCIAL SISTERS - I love you all very much. Let God lead and you will he Hesseti. To 
my mother, my guide, and supporter, I will alwaxjs need you in my life, and although I am spoiled h"^ 
you, I do love you and always will. 

Si^ne^, 

1, IVlonica J. Howson, upon my departure^ froi 1 1 Oakv\x>3ci 
college fc)eqLjeath the following items: 

"To my friends, F'lorenee, KLimra, and Kenika, 1 leave rTiy lo\'e, 
my determination to succeed, tfie time to know when to listen and 
wTien to sj^eak, anci most imj^Dortantly, the lo\'e of God. To my sister 
Kimt)erly, keep smilir ig tu id 1 lever, ever, give up on >'our dreams 

Signed, 

ad. 



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class officers 

Jeanine Johnson. Adam Maycock. Adaira Ford. 
Lorna Roberts, Danita Fowler, Paul Cleveiand, 
Anthony Alsbury, Schari Flowers, Allison Diilan, 
Cosvillc Rodgers and Tyrice Clisby 

males 

S iron 5 brothers 



females 

And, you wonder who 
is the dominant sex? 




f=^(OI=l_EL 



classified 

With at least 60 hours completed! 



finale 



We will be OUT! 



s it really that 
bad Jon? 





avida Wright 
smiles big for the 
camera 



arvin McLean and 
Keisha Wallace, PFA 
holdin' it down. 




Statistics provided courtesy of 
Institutional Effectiveness and 
Junior class officers 



"This year our aim is to keep everything in 
focus as we strive after an earthly education 
that will prepare us for excellence in eter- 
nity." 



jeanie johiison 



Class President 



'03 




hree beautiful ladies: 
Bettina Bertram, 
Alana Ackerman, 
and Christina Henry. 



\^^ hris McNish. 
Yanique Clark. Paul 
Cleveland, and 
Apryl Roberts get 
comfy during AYS. 




t_cz?f=i_^ n: 





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Sarah Adams 
Biocheinistry 



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Christine Anderson 
Accountine 



Michael Baile\ 
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Anthony Albury 
Theoloiiv 




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Jeremy Anderson 
Social Work 




Kenny Banfield 

Social Work 



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Tina Bertram 
Elementary Education 



Samuel Blair 
Theology 




Yuel Boyce 
Biology 



Myon Boyd 
Fitness & Wellness 



Elayna Boynton 
Social Science Education 



11-^ C^i^h^iCDF^. 




Valencia Bradley 
Psychology 



Niyrai-Daun Bradshaw 

BioloLiv 



Carl Brewer 
Theology 



Tekira Brinklcy 
Biology 



Aquila Brown 
lleailli Science 




Chris Carter 


Patrick Carter 


Carlynn Carter 


HannitTec Carrington 


Lavona Cassimv 


Biology 


Theology 


Allied Health 


History 


Social Work 



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Jennifer Caudle 
Elementary Ed. /Spanish 



Karine Champagne 

Social Work 




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Paul Cleveland II 

Acci)untin<j 




Qian Dickinson 
CIS 




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Tamika Duncombe 
Social Work 



11^ C^lLJh^lCI^F^. 



Donna Edwards 
Applied Math 



Shelley English 
Communications 



Ryan Evans 
Finance 



Marc Felton Jr. 
Elementary Ed./Psycholog> 



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Alva Ferdinand 
International Studios 



Geoige Fleurimond 
Theology 



Schari Flowers 
Biology 



Angel Fluellen 
Biology 



Adaira Ford 
Chemistry 




Natalie Griffin 
Elementary Fclueation 



Monique Hall 

Social Work 



Octavia Hall 
Family & Consumer Science 



Caria Hamilton 
Finance 



Kia Henley 
Elementary Education 




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Henderson Henry 
CIS 



Wayne Hewlett 
Theology 



Regrick Howard 
Elementary Education 



Runako Howell 
CIS 




Christina Huffman 
Family & Consumer Science 



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Jermaine Jackson 
Finance 



Attalie Johnson 
CIvS/Finance 




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Marquis Jaci\son 
Tiieology 



Gerai(.i iDlinsun 
ilncss cV Wellness 




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Tia Jeffery 
Dietetics 





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JeNean Joiinson 
Communications 





Robert Joiinson 
Biology 



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James I^aMar 
Biology 



Claudisson Laurent 
CIS 



Rommel Johnson 

Theology 




Jerahmeel Johnson 


Earl Jones 


Janique Joseph 


Charmaine Ken- 


Natasha Lambert 


Hioh.ijy 


Theology 


Acc(Hnilin<.'/,Spanish 


Social Work 


Biolog\ 




Deidra-Ann Leiba 
Biology 



Stefanie Lester 
Market! ns: 



Alexander Lewis 
Education 



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Dionne Lewis 

Dietetics 



Steve Mackey 
Photo .loiiinalism 



Jason Mann 
Business Management 



Jonathan Mann 
Theolonv 



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Rory Major 
Flenientary FAJucation 




Jerry Martin 
Finance 



Marvin McRae 
Biology 



April Moore 
Communications 



James McCants Jr. 
Theology 



Justin McFarland 
Communications 



Marvin McLean 

Psychology /Theology 



Laurence McKenzie 
Filcnicntarv Fuhication 





Launice Melbourne 
Biology 



Faith Miles 
Biology 



Damion Miller 

CIS/Photogi-aphy 




Gregory Minor Jr. 
Applied Math 




Cara Monroe 
Biochemistry 



Althea Morris 
Communications 



Rodney Morris 
Theology 






Wayne Moten 
Theology 



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Priscilla Owusu-Fiimpong 
Biokigy 






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Victor Pile 
Pii(itoeiapli\ 



SoiUci [\Mkci 
Marlveting 



Anninda Percii 
Biochemistrv 




Kyrinda Richardson 
Interdisciplinary Studies 



Lorna Roberts 
Social Work 



Erin Robinson 
CIS 



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Cosville Rogers 


Allied Health 




Diane Murray 


Dal 


ah Nenibhard 


Lidiia Nore 


April Oakes 


Sara Osi 


Biology 




Nursing 


Biochemistry 


Social Work 


Biology 




Kenton Perrin 
Theology 




Kristi Quinnie 
Business Administration 




Robert Roland 
Theology 



l^CD OLJi^ic^r^. 




Eunice Ruff 
Social Science Education 



Gabrielle Ruff 
Biochemistry 



Lamar Ryan 
Math Education 



Shanna Scarlett 

Biology 



Horace Scott 

Applied Math 




Mcliiiosh riicixil 
Theology 



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Eli/abelli Thoinas 
CIS 



Rajeeni Thomas 
BicK'hemislry 





Lanair Walker 
Elementary Education 



Tcnicha Williams 
Child & l-ainily Dev. 




Ravida Wright 
Social Work 



Vershonda Waiters 
Elementary Education 




Keturah Williamson 
l:lcmcnlai\ lAliication 







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Quenesther Thompson 
Psychology 



Kalara Watkins 
English/Psychology 







Tittany Windham 
Communications 




Seth Yclorda 
Theology 



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George Young III 
Theology 



Alicia Trusty 
Communications/rheology 




Angella White 
Communications 




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Todd Windham 
CIS 




Norma Usher Jr. 
Allied Health 




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Orlyn Williams 
CIS/Photography 




Keith Woodard 
Theology 



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class officers 

li sx\ siirfiiV vjiiii-£?i'.> iiOth ii idivc lu iitn il'it. SophuliHilC citis.s.* 

'jU^S kitkiing). Martin Lister. Darla ParilowJohn Boston. 

f >on.i fames, Alicia Siielly. .loslynn Francois, Chidi Uniez. -^ * - 

Dexter Smiiii. .Fustin Kelly. Deliino .Son. janeile Jessup, 

Anthony Chandler, Eryii Young. Leticia Barksdaie. and YaHa 

.'\ndre. 



males 



i^artin Lister 
leads the way 
for the spec- 
tacular Sopho 
more class. 



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females 



classified 



30 iuxtib aijwii, vu sotiieuiiiiu CO 20 



until finale 

2 years, 4 semesters, 
and how many days? 





be McKinstry and 
Johanna Brown 
represent Michigan 
the way only couples 
can. 



^*^ J and Jenelle, 
Cali/FIorida love 
forever. 




Statistics provided courtesy of 
Institutional EITecliveness and 
Junior class ofTicers 



"We, the Sophoinore Class, do not want to 
be victims of change, rather agents of 
change." 

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Class President 


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\)y^ill Nervis, Pam 
Henry, Princess Diana 
James, and Daphina 
Morris are all smiles as 
they represent for the 
notorious Class of '04. 



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eather jackets^ 
$350. Dental work, 
$4,000. Fresh hair- 
cuts, $90. Two of 
Canada's finest, 
Sheana Mason and 
Janelle Ernest, 
priceless. 



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Saron Alemayehu 
Uiulecided 



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Blain Allen 

Business Adiiiinsiration 



Cameron Anderson 
CIS 



Ebony Anderson 
CIS 



Yatfa Andre 

Biology/Psychology 




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Joseph Baton 


Marwan Battles 




Kean Baxter 


Applied Health 


Marketing 




Soeial Work 



Roleen Bei 
English Edueation 



Sharlene Benjamin 
Business Administration 



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Latoya Bent 
Communications 



Jasmine Best 
Business 




Gemar Boothe 
Business 



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Martelli Borieux 
Communications 






John Boston II 

Interdisciplinary Studies 



Falaq Bovell 
Elementary Education 



Joseph Bradley 

Thcoloiiv 



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Joseph Branch 

Psvcholoev 




Tabari Brannon 
Computer Science/Theology 



Johanna Brown 
Family & Consumer Science 





Edrita Bryant 
Communications/English 



William Burgess 
Elementary Education 



Quintan Butterfield 
Computer Science 



Tuiiisha Battler 
Social Work 



Shereen Caleb 
BLisincss Adminisli'ation 




Jonathan Cantrell 
Communications 



Tessa Carrera 
Social Work 



John 
Biochem 



son Cesar 
istry /Theology 



nlcrnational Studies 



"C:?P=CDI— ICZ^AACDF^^. 




Dionne Childs 
Ps\(.ln)lo'::\ 



Tittani Claiborne 
Computer Science 



Gwendolyn Clarke 
Healthcare Administration 



Jamar Clayton 

Conniiunicalion 





Deana Cossa 




Accountni!:/CIS 




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Edward Crider 
Theology 



Jennell Cyril 
Elementary Education 



Rory Daniels 
Allied Health 




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Chelauna Davidson 
Social Work 




Danielle Davis 
Communications 



Felicia Davis 
Elementary Education 



Jerome Cornwall 
Chemistry 




Agena Davenport 
Biology 







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ASSBC. 

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Marian Doli 
Nursing 



Kandis Draw 
Biology 



Jeremy Drummond 
Biology 



Tanya Dunkley 
Biology 



Al-J Edwards 
Elementary Education 



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Courtney Edmond 

Communications 




Raginee Edwards 
Biochemistry 



Rawlston Edwards 
Theology 



Donny Elliott 
Biology 



James English 

Finance 




Farron Gibson 
Communications 



Danieile-Gilles Oseai 
Music 



Andrea Gillespie 
Biology 



Clarence Gillespie 
Computer Science 



Erin Golsone 
English 



"CDI=CDI— 10/^CI5I^E:_^ 1^S3> 




Michael Gray 
Business 



Richard Harden 

Computer Science 



Jemaiil GrilTith 
Computer Science 



Joeile Hail 
Social Work/Spanish 



Ricky Hall .li. 
Applied Math 






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Kadeen Hams Melanie Harris 

Family & Consumer Science Elementary Education 



Moses Haynes 
Education/Religion 



Kristy Hamilton 
Management 




Nicole Heary 
English/History 




LaShonda Henry 
Business 



Pam Henry 
Biology 



Zenaida Henry 
Business Administration 



Marcus Hill 
Psychology 



Erika Hollingsworth 
Allied Health 



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Nathaniel Mollis 
Eleiiicntan' F.ducation 




Jason Hudson 
Art 



Gibran Hunt 

Computer Science 



Ciaval Hunter 
Theolocv 




Jason Hutchinson 
Healthcare Administraion 



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Mark Irby 
Finance 



Danyielle Jackson 
Allied Health 



Vintonya Jackson 

Nursing 



Fiona James 
Social Work 





Oren James 
CIS 



Jenelle Jessup 
Elementary Education 



Marlon Johnson 

Psvcholoii\ 



Amanda Jones 
Accounlina 



Jessica Jones 
Hioloev 




Melanie Jones 
Elementary Education 



Justin Kelly 
Computer Science 



Mayonica Kewley 
Biology 



Adrienne King 
Mathematics 



Andrew King 
Business 



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JiiMin Lowe 
Hioloyy lidiicadon 



William Lowe 
Computer Scienee 




Sheana Mason 
Applied Math 


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Chavvah MeCoy 
Communieations 




Kaye McDonald 
LIcmentarv Etkication 




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Meredith Mel-arland 
Healthcare Administration 



Charles MeGray 
Appheil Math 



DeCarlo MeLaren 
Finanee 



Marissa Mellon 
Elementary Education 



Rodney Menater 
Theology 



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Kadiesha Miles 


Jamecia Mills 




Sonia Mims 


Emily Moore 


Dalina Morris 


FJiication 


Healthcare Aciniiiiistr 


alioii 


Psveholnuy 


Rusinesss Management 


Management 




Lonaine Morris 
Elementary Education 



Theodore Nicholson 
Chemistry 




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Renee Moiris 
Biochemistry 




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Eslie Munaine 

Aeeoimtinu 



Lilly Nelson 

Nursini: 



DeWhyte Nisbeth 
Biology 



Sekia Nurse 
Social Work 



Janice Nwokike 
Healthcare Administration 



Karia Nesmith 
Communication^ 




O.C. Okike 
Applied Health 




Akua Opoku-Boatenj. 
Biology 



Henry Oston 
Biology 



Darla Part low 
Elementary Education 



Darryl Parris 
Biology 



Sam Paschal III 
Applied Health 



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I'clcka P.itiick 
Biology 





Kenniesha l^hillips 
Finance 




Karis Priiill 

Business Aclininisliation 





Andrew Patterson 

Biology 




Marie Pierre 
Applied lle.illh 






Melanie Pullman 
kisiness 




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Kimberly Pearson 
Elementary Education 



Jahmari Porter 
Child & Human Dev. 




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Renee Ramon 
Biology 






Edwina Romulus 
Nursinii 



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Shem Ross 
Accountinii 



Jeffrey Roulston 
Communications 



Sumith Perakathu 
Biology 



Rebecca Porter 
Education 





John Rhodriguez 
Finance 




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Shelby Perry 
Elementary Education 




Alexia Potts 
Allied Health 




Katie Roddy 
Biology 




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Jilllyan Shelton 
Business Management 



Chris Simmonds 

Education 





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Fred Sloan 


Thco 


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Derelc Smith 
Accounting 



Dexter Smith 

ThcoloL!\ 




Kendal Smith 


Marissa Smith 


Michael Smith 


Nicole Smith 


Sherese Smith 


Applied Math 


Biology nducation 


Biologv 


Biology 


Business 




Delano Son 
Theology 



Lynia Silencer 
Psychology 



Jody Spraggins-Scott 
Communications 



Mark Stephens 
Biology 



Racquei Stephens 
Psychology 



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Raymond Taylor 
Biology 



Tyra Taylor-Cooks 
Psvcholoev 



Alexcia Thomas 
Healthcare Administration 



Raamah Thomas 

Social Work 



Christopher Thompson 
Theology 




Julie Thompson 

Nursing 



Sherice Tomlin 
Finance 



Rachell Tracey 
Education 



Dejuan Tull 
Theology 



Chidi Umez 
Sophomore 



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Taniisha Valcin 
Biolosv 



Dorian Ward 
Elementary Education 



AlexWillliams 

Theology 



Charmicielle Venters 
Psychology 



Erica Walker 

Unticcidcd 



Sharlee Walker 
International Studies 



Shaun Wallace 

BioloLTV 




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Fred Warfield 
Religion 



Calvin Watkins 

Tlieolot:\ 




Andre WelK 

NuisniL' 



Robert White 
Theolocv 




Enrique Williams 
Educati(Mi 




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Nevin Williams 
Biology 



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Okemus Williams 
Accounting 



Robin Williams 
Business Administration 




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James Williamson 
History 



Cheryll Wilson 
Business 



leasha Woods 
Biology 



Natasha Woods 
Social Work 



Edw ard Woolcock 
CIS 



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KrysUil Ycarwooil 
IiilL'niatiiinul Studies 



Eiyn Young 
Allied Health 






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class officers 

Dun-od Moody, Darion Curry, Dillon Mitche), 

BrendoD Black, Rochelle Carter, Joel Milli- 
ner, Denise White, Eijah Holness 



males 



the men are strong 



oni Lubin, 
here's lookin' 
at you, kid. 



females 

but there is streng-th m numbers! 



representing 





Largest class in the school ! 



aul Bulgin gives the 
camera a striking 
look with those 
pretty brown eyes. 



supporters 

That's all of the upperclassmen. 
really we are on your side. 



Statistics provided courtesy of 
Institutional Effectiveness and 
Junior class officers 



redrick Blue, 
don't let Roddy 
catch you goofing 
off. 




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onathan Mullins 
shows the serious 
ace of the class of 
2005. 




Christopher Allen 
CIS 




DietVonl Arlie 
Business 



KyiahAilers 
Undecided 



Samantha Aniede 
Social Work 



Edward Anderson 
Piiysical Therapy 



Nathan Anderson 
Computer Science 




Carmen Ashford 
Business Admin. /Bioiouy 





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Lauren Bailey 


Sutania Bailey 


Inrhan Bannis 


Kay Barnes 


Joanne Bastien 


CIS 


Undecided 


English 


English 


Social Work 



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Steven Beckford Jr. 


Donnie Bedney 


Jenelle Bellingei-Fenison 


Melissa Bertram 


Sheldon Bertram 


International Slndies 


Biology 


CIS 


Allied Health 


CIS 




Angel Bowden 
Business/Finance 



Angela Boyd 
CIS 



Cale Brathwaite 
Applied Math 



Jessica Brazier 
Communications 



Lawrence Britton 
CIS 



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Jameliu Butler 
Biology 



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Tristan Caples 

Hnclish 



Nicole Chambliss 
Uiuiecided 



Juanna Carmichaei 
History/Psychology 



Rochelle Carter 
CIS/Spanish 



Tiffany Carter 
Bidldgy 



Alyson Charles 

Biolotzv 



Frantz Charles 
Business 



Hope Chase 

Medical Tcchnolotzv 



Andrew Christopher 
Undecided 



Adrienne Clansy 
Psychology 



I, aMar Cochran 
Bit)logy 



Sherron Colgram 

Bioloev 



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Naomi Cooke 
Psychology 



Donald Cooper 
Nursing 



Nina Cooper 
Biology 



Nicole Crite 
Undecided 



Anthony Cavins 
Business 




Andrea Chetram 
Business Adniinislralion 




Javan Cornelius 
Communicalions 




Alicia Cumnii 
CIS 



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Chappelle Cummings 
Computer Science 



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Darien Curry 

PsVClloloiJN/TllL'oloLlN 




Tracey Dammar 

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Diana Daniels 
Business 



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Danielle Daniels 
Political Science 




Daniella Darnett 
Allied Health 



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Akeem Davis 
Allied Health 




James Davis 
Computer Science/Math 



Jarra Davis 
Elementarv Education 



Jason Davis 
Computer Science 




Mellisa Dawson 
Allied Health 



Shallecn-Kaye Denham 
Biology 



Kharis Dotson 
Commercial Art 



Kiyanna Dower 
Healthcare Administration 



Autumn Drummond 
History 



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Keysa Ealey 
Business Administration 



Brittany Earle 

Undecided 




Yolanda English 
Biochemistry 



Andrea Falonia 
International Studies 



Erica Eddings 
Ent;lish 



Vincent Edwards Jr. 
Biology 



Joy Ellerbe 

PsvcholoL!\ 




Joseph Fassett Jr. 
Biology 



Reginald Felder II 

Accounting 



Abdelle Ferdinand 
Biochemistry 





Reuel Field 
Biology/Business Admin. 



Viviane Filias 
Education/Music 



Elise Fleming 
Biology/Computer Science 



Dionne Forrester 
Business 



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Allied Health 



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Jonathan Fowler 
Applied Mathematics 



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Kodie GcoiLic 

BUMIK'SS 





Sachoy Fowler 
BioloL'N 




Rikenson Georges 
Undecided 




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Guy Franklin 
Allied Health 




Gwenne Gibbons 
Spanish 




GIRBWD 



Jerome Frederick 

Computer Science 




Jamaal Gibbons 
Fitness and Wellne 




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Deshaunda Green 
Biology 






Errol Green 

Psychology 






Jacquelyn Green 
Biology 



Stephen Grissom 
Mathematics 



Victoria Gaixett 
Social Work 




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David Gilbert 

Business Administration 




James Glass 


Mark Golson II 


Lainen Gomes 


Chyla Graham 


Adrian Green 


Psychology 


Biochemistry 


Psychology 


Accounting 


CIS 




Duane Hall 
Social Work 



l-=4cS3 I^F^E /"I— lAA/^h^ 




Jessica Hildcbraiid 
Elementary Education 



Maranatha Hill 
Business/Psychology 



Myron Hill 
Business Administration 



Kevin Hills 
Accounting/Business Admin. 



Marvin Hodges III 
Undecided 



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Nate Holland 
Jiisiness 



Eijah Holness 
Biology 




LaToya Home 
Business Atlniinistralion 




Solaiigc Hoilon 
Conmuinicalions 




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Patrick Jacques 
Healthcare Admin. /Theology 




Christina Jemine 
Nursinc 



MarJean Howard 

Psychology 





Kimberly James 
Biology 




Miriam Jean-Leon 

Psychology 




Jacques Jocelyn 
Biochemistry 



Kennube Jones 
Psychology 



Kimberlee Jones 
CIS 



Lori-Ann Jones 
Social Work 



Tanica Jones 
Biology 



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Gina Julceus 
Biology 



Kevin Jules 
Psychology/Theology 



Charles Julins 

Riolouv 



Alicia Jumper 
Compuler Science/Malh 



Nicole Kensie 
Nursin" 




isty Lamar 


Eustace Eauiic 111 


Alexis Lawrence 


Jeannae Lawerence 


Jermainc Lee 


English 


C"IS/Thcolog\ 


Applied Math 


Undecided 


Mathematics 




Petrina Lewin 
Biology 



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Gilbert Lodge 
Undecided 



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Artia Lons. 
Nursing 



Bosny Lubin 
Computer Science 



Rome Lubin 
Music Educution 




William Mack 
kisiness Admiuistialioii 




Nicole Lundy 
Business Admin/Finance \ 



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Kalrina Mason 
Elementary Education 




Timothy Mayes 
Allied Health 



Tiffany McGinnis 
Allied Health 



James McKinney 
History 



Marie McKinney 
Allied Health 



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Audrey McLarty 
Medical Technology 



Sheldon McLean 
Business Administration 



Cory Meade 
Social Work 



Joel Milliner 
Business 



Jonae Mills 
English 




Maria Morton 
Psychology 



Desiree Mothershed 
Business Administration 



Jonathan Mullins 
Biology 



Kourtney Musson 
Biology 



Timothy Neilly 
Theology 



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Liana Nelson 
Coinniunicati()ns/Ps\i.lii)l()gy 



Husbert Nicholson 
AccoLiiitini: 



Rashon Nicholson 
Compulci" Science 






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Joy Okike 
Biology 



Robert Oliver 

Allied Health 



Marie Omeler 
Biology 





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Royah Osborne 
CIS 



Alyson Parker 
Marketing 



Charolette Parker 
Hislorv 



Marisol Norris 
Biology 





Dayna Omosun 
Business 



Brandon Parraway 
Computer Science 



Naomi Paul 
Chemistry 



Melissa Pearson 
Undecided 



Delores Pembleton 
Nursins 



Jamara Pembleton 
Biochemistry 



Toyin OGunrinu 

Biolo'JV 







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Andre Osborne 
Computer Science 




Bryan Paschal 
Business Administration 




Will Penick 
Psychology 



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John Porter 
Computer Science 



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Natalie Prosper 
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Fatihah Rahma 
Elementary Education 



Damyon Ray 
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Ron Reddrick 
Computer Science 



Tyrone Reed 
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BLisiness Administration 



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Applied Math 



Erica Roberts 

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Social Work 



Joseph Ryce 
Computer Science 



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Business 



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Computer Science 



Latina Sanders 
Chemistry 



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Biology 



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Social Work 



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Biology 



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Psychology 



Sudhir Skariah 
Applied Math 



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Biology 




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Mary Singletary 
Biology 



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History 



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Pshychology 



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Allied Health 




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Gabriel Wade 


Brent Waldon Jr 


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Chaiane Walker 
Biology 



Lourie Walker 
Computer Science 



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Erica Wells 
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Ashley Whaley 

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Eunice Wheeler 
Biolouv 



Bianca Williams 
Communications 



Carlin Williams 
Biochemistry 



Danielle Williams 
Marketing 



Kandace Waters 

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Eva Wheeler 
English/Finance 



Joel Williams 
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Theodore Watkins Jr. 
Business 




Christopher White 

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Elementary Education 




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Psychology 



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Biology 




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Jorge Bartholomew 
Career Services 




Audley Chambers 
Music 



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Caminis Safety 



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Campus Publications 



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Computer & Info. Technology 



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Psychology 



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Biology 



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Physical Education 



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Computer Center 



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Religion 



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Psychology 




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Biology 



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Wade Hall 




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Excitement filled the air as students gathered for the annual Block Party. This 
year's Block Party was set up on the lawn between Wade Hall and Cooper Complex. 
Students experienced an adrenaline rush as they took turns on the "X-treme Air Ma- 
chine," a ride that blew each rider up in the air to 
make them seem as if they are flying. 

Music covered the campus; sandwiches, 
pizza, and juice were served. Students also par- 
ticipated in a series of tug-of-war games in which 
dorms and classifications were pitted against each 
other. The USM officers were introduced to the 
students and then there was a fabulous display 
of fireworks and music. The laughter and so- 
cializing amongst the students were good indi- 
cators that the evening was a success! 



Top: Samantha LeBlanc, 
Petra Dotson, Enjoli Lackey, 
and Camille Cochran are ex- 
cited about the beginningof 
a new year with the USM. 
Right: REPRESENTIN'! 



Right: Freshmen looking 
fabulous at the Block Party. 
Far Right: Shawn Scott ac- 
companied the USM band for 
the musical entertainment. 
Below: Jamie Davis, Rakeem 
Pough, and Xavier O'Conner 
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Oakwood is known as a mecca for young, single 
Black Adventists. With a campus of 1700 students, many 
of who are single and eligible, what better place to have 
a dating game? A late Thursday evening in September 
found Moran Hall full of Oakwoodites ready to watch 
the Dating Game. The MCs for the evening were none 
other than one of Oakwood' s favorite couples, Noah 
Washington and Twila Drew. The dating game began 
after Revelation sang a beautiful rendition of Musiq 
Soulchild's "Love." Susan Ogbonna, Jonathan Scott, 
Rudy St. Felix, and Ronald Walbrook provided comical 
commercials between contestants. The dating game 
ended with four newly formed "couples." The evening 
I proved to be one of fun and laughter for all who at- 
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The spiritual focus at Oakwood will 
always remain a priority. As an academic 
institution, Oakwood strives to provide each 
student with the skills necessary to be suc- 
cessful in life. It is for this reason the 
Oakwood College Church holds the 
weeklong Back-To-School Revival every 
year. 

During the 2001 Back-to-School Re- 
vival, Pastor John Nixon humbly presented 
heart-felt messages to the students and the 
community every evening. The revival gave 
the students a spiritual jump-start for the 
year, encouraging them to make God the 
focus of their lives. Students came to have a 
new understanding about the importance of a 
personal relationship with God. They began 
to make strides towards spiritual-centered 
lives and academic success. The revival was 
a success ending with a baptism of 46 stu- 
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Top: Poiche Vanderhorst. Carmen 
Robinson. Chava McCoy, Janelle Jessup, 
Jessica Jones, and Talitha Hampton 
blessed the congregation with a moving 
selection. Middle of page: The baptis- 
mal candidates eagerly awaited their turn 
to wade in the water. Below: Pastor 
Nixon and Chaplain Blue baptise two of 
the 46 candidates at the Back-To-School 
Revival. 




Opposite page left: Pastor Nixon 
was the speaker for the weeklong 
revival. Opposite page right: 
Students waited patiently for their 
much anticipated baptism. Left: 
Jennell Cyril and Christina Henry 
rejoice over their new-found faith. 
Right: Jeanie Johnson and Candace 
McGoodwin are all smiles knowing 
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One event that always brings 
Oakwood and the community together is 
the Huntsville Fair. Students loaded 
busload after busload to be transported 
downtown to the fair. Upon anival, stu- 
dents were greeted with the sounds of 
music, the aroma of funnel cakes and 
candied apples, and a contagious excite- 
ment in the air. Oakwoodites took full 
advantage of the opportunity to play ar- 
cade and fair games and win prizes, all in 
the company of good friends. In addition 
to the food and the games, the students 
also enjoyed 
the unlimited 
fair rides for the 
evening. It was 
a great Saturday 
night out with 
friends, food, 
and fun. 



Top left: Crystal Brown and Sherron Colgram pose for 
the camera, but Lauren Lewis thinks she's gonna he 
sick after a ride on the WhirLA-Swirl. Top right: Greg 
Louissant, Danielle Banks, Raymond King, and Chinwe 
Asomugha lake a moment to say cheese for the camera. 
Left: Marvin Hall and TJ Burton thought slavery was 
over. Right: Pendeza Green, Rhonda Stephens, and 
Sherri Scott pose at the Huntsville Fair. Opposite page 
top: "Dr. Baker we don't care if you are the president's 
wife!" Left: Jamar Lee. "Lakers for life baby... well until 
ihc paint washes off." Right: Ramona Sequea takes 
advantage of the free facial treatments at the October 
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The success of the October Fest was 
a reflection of all the handiwork and en- 
ergy that the senior class dedicated to the 
event. The fun and excitement was set to 
the beats of the NAPS band and a step show 
provided live entertainment. Visitors were 
able to get their faces painted while others 
were hauled away to the sophomore 
"Prison." There was as Astro Walk for the 
young children to ride in. Some took ad- 
vantage of the chance to receive free relax- 
ing facials; others took part in games that 
awarded prizes to the winners. The Octo- 
ber Fest 2001 was well received by the stu- 
' dents. Hopefully, it will become an 
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Top Icl't: One of the Soulhcrn Student Assoeiation offic- 
ers olfers prayer during the morning serviee. Top right: 
The Southern's gospel choir sang for Sabbath school. 
Middle: Moses Eli speaks on suffering during the divine 
worship service. Bottom: President Marlon Reid and 
several of the Southern students lead out during praise 
and worship section of the service. 




Someone once said, "the beauty of the land can 
be seen in the diverse ways He created His children." 

Such was the case on November 10, 
when DEEP (Diversity Education Ex- 
change Program) Sabbath took place in 
Ashby Auditorium. Students from South- 
ern Adventist University (SAU), 
Oakwood's sister college, came to enjoy 
a day of fellowship and worship with 
Oakwoodities. 

DEEP Sabbath is a result of an ongo- 
ing program between OC and SAU that 
allows the colleges to exchange seven 
students for a semester in order to pro- 
mote diversity and education among 
races. 

With a lively song service provided by 
a praise team from Southern and special 
music performed by both Southern students and Voices 
of Triumph, the atmosphere was heavenly. Moses Eli, a 
senior theology major, provided the spoken Word for the 
morning service. The message was well received, and all 
of the listeners were blessed by the message. 

After the service, Oakwood and Southern students 
continued to fellowship together in the campus cafeteria 
over the Sabbath meal. A discussion on race relations 
was held while dinner was served in hopes of improving 
relations between the student bodies of the two colleges. 
DEEP Sabbath was truly a day that glorified the Lord in 
promoting unity between the collegiate Adventist of 



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DEEP experience during DEEP Sabbath. 
Above top: All of the visitors from Southern. 
Above bottom: Brandon Scott poses with some 
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are ready to conquer the wild. 
Right: The Oakwoodites trek 
thrttugh the wilderness. Far Right: 
Robert Roland and Kcri-Ann 
McNish sing their favorite survival 
song, "we are soldiers, in the wil- 
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Left: Wayne Hewlitt 
actually sleeps? Below: 
Joseph Lindsey wrestles 
with 'Smokey the Bear." 





The air was laced with excitement 
as OC students embarked on the Wilder- 
ness Retreat. The USM Academic Vice 
Terry- Ann Griffin planned the retreat that 
took place in the hills of Birmingham, 
Alabama. The campers loaded their gear 
and food into the Oakwood bus and 
headed out on a Friday afternoon. 

Friday evening the campers en- 
joyed haystacks and worship by an out- 
door fire. Everyone slept by the sounds 
to chirping crickets and awoke to the 
sounds of birds singing. Sabbath morn- 
ing began with breakfast prepared by the 
ladies and clean-up was taken care of by 
the men. After worship, the campers 
went canoeing, hiking, and enjoyed a tour 
of a nature museum. The nature museum 
included live chipmunks and stuffed 
birds and bears on exhibit. After the hike, 
the campers built a to close out the Sab- 
bath. 

The retreat provided a much- 
needed break that none of the campers 
wanted to end. The campers learned more 
about God, while relaxing in His cre- 
ation. When the bus came back to cam- 
pus, the participants were happy know- 
ing that they had conquered the wilder- 
ness. 




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Elayna Boynton, 

Ricardo Daphnis. 

and Nicole 

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Skating is an age-old 
pastime of Oakwoodites, a 
time to relax, interact, and get 
your groove on all in a Chris- 
tian atmosphere. For years 
friendships have been forged 
and spouses have even been 
met at the skating rink. The 
challenge this year was how 
to spice up skate night. The 
answer: theme skating. 

Theme skating is not 
totally new to the genre of social activities; however, the theme 
skating this year was far above that of any other year. The themes 
that received the largest participation and attendance by the stu- 
dent body were the Baby Skate, the Glow Skate, and the Western 
Skate. The energy was high and the fun was intense as students 
"goo-goo gaa-gaa"-ed, skated to the flash of neon lights, or yelled 
"yee-haw" as they circled the floor. For those who came to watch 
the excitement, refreshments and door prizes were given out to 
the crowd. The skate nights were full of good-natured fun as 
Oakwoodites came out for an evening of good music, laughs, and 
old-fashioned Oakwood fun. 



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friend are practicing their 
moves for the line dance. 
Below: The traditional 
skating line snakes it way 
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Spirit sang praises 
at the Outdoor 
Gospel Expo. Far 
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meal that was 
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October 12 and 13 found the students of Oakwood College 
Norwood housing community for the purpose of spreading the Good 
of Jesus to the tenants in the area. More than 300 stu- 
dents and members from the community came out dur- 
ing the drizzly Friday and chilly Sabbath services. 
USM Religious Vice-President Reginald Tull was the 
coordinator for the event. The services consisted of 
music, drama, and preaching, all designed to reach out 
to the members of the community, as well as the stu- 
dent body. Dynamic Praise, 
along with other music groups 
from campus, provided the mu- 
sic, and Willing Succeeding and 
Black (WSB) provided a play 
during Sabbath School. The 
highlight of the weekend was the 
preaching, which was provided 
Friday evening by USM Presi- 
dent Marlon Reid and Sabbath 
morning by Reginald Tull Sat- 
urday morning. The Outdoor 
Gospel Expo was a blessing to 
all who attended. 



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Senior Presentation signals the home 
stretch for graduating seniors and gives 
them an opportunity to strut their stuff early. 
The program took place on January 16, 
2002 at the Oakwood College Church. 

The excited senior class gathered in 
the foyer of the church as they prepared to 
march in. After the invocation, Myla 
Humphrey and Joanne Jennett sang a 
lovely rendition of, "He's Got The Whole 
World In His Hands.'" Dr. Weems, a fac- 
ulty member of the Psychology Depart- 
ment of Oakwood College, was the speaker 
for evening. Paul Jones, Vice-President 
of the senior class, offered a rousing and 
encouraging response to the charge ren- 
dered by Dr. Weems that roused a stand- 
ing ovation from the class. Senior Presen- 
tation left the class of 2002 looking for- 
ward to May 1 1 . 





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Keith Terrell smile with excitment during Senior Presentation. Top right: Shay! 
Montgomery, Syreeta McTier, Nicole George, Quantrilla Carter, and Shantil Tume 
glow with joy at the thought of graduation. Above: Theology majors Wad 
Forde and Greg Nelson pose for the camera. Left: The Senior Choral Ensembk 
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Arena. Middle of Page: After all these \ears of 
school, is there a picture more beautiful^' Above: 
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ustin Baiiam and Brittan> Moore are read\ to take 
the world head on. Far life: Future CP.-Xs .Antoine 
Bow e. Leticia Cochran. Sheree Brow n. D;ma Turner. 
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This yearns Miss Oakwood College Pageant was held at the 
Von Braun Center on January 2y, 2002. Tyisha Cephas, Miss 
Oakwood College 2001, and Wayne Hewlitt, the USM Social 
Vice, made an entrance to commence the program; the crowd was 
overwhelmed with excitement. The first portion of the pageant 
featured all 15 contestants on the runway strutting their stuff to 
the music of "One In A Million" hy Bosson. 

After the initial introduction of the contestants Carmen 
Hope, Miss Oakwood College 1992/1993, mesmerized the listeners with a song. Shortly after 
her song and an introduction of the judges, the real excitement began. The audience was 
fascinated hy the professionalism of the contestants as they presented speeches during the 
business segment of the program; the audience cheered as the contestants were introduced. 
Following the business segment, the talent competition began and sheer enthusiasm rushed 
through the already anxious crowd. This yearns talent competition was very diverse. Talents 
ranged from a guitar solo by Elayna Boynton, a portrait by Rolanda Lister, gymnastics by 
Alison Dulan, and a dramatic interpretation by Charmaine Kerr. Trailing the talent portion 
of the program, the contestants presented their stunning evening wear. The enchanting and 
elegant gowns worn by all the contestants mesmerized the audience. 

The winner of this yearns Creative Expression Award was Elise Fryson and this year 
saw a tie for the talent award between Meki Bracken and Teleka Patrick. The ^finalists were 

Meki Bracken, Teleka Patrick, and Rajeeni Thomas. The question 
and answer portion of the competition for the three finalists included 
probing questions dealing with reverse terrorism, the problem for the 
21st Century, and the motto of Oakwood College. After the judges 
put in their final vote, Rajeeni Thomas was crowned the new Miss 
Oakwood College 2002. The pageant was truly 'One In A Mil- 
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Elayna LaJean Boynton, a 20 year old junior 
majoring in social science education, is fromi 
Riverside, California. For the past two years ^ 
Elayna has held the position as a resident as 
sistant at Wade Hall Dormitory. Her constants 
interaction with the females in the dorm and 
around campus has fed her passion for female 
ministry. In addition to being a healthy role 
model for the student body, as Miss Oakwood' 
Elayna would like to prepare programs and 
workshops for the Oakwood women address- 
ing issues ranging from self-esteem to health. - 



Demisha Rosanna Jenee Burns is a senior Social 
Work and Spanish major. As a 21 year old from 
Oakland, California and the third of four children 
raised by a single mother, she understands the im- 
portance of hard work, yet she recognizes that all 
things are possible through Christ. Her earthly as- 
piration after doing missionary work and complet- 
ing her doctorate is to open a chain of therapeutic 
programs for at-risk youth. As Miss Oakwood, 
she desires to work jointly with Mr. Oakwood to 
exemplify the essence of the true Oakwood man 
and woman and bring about an awakening of the 
virtue that is possessed by every woman, not just 
at Oakwood College, but in the world abroad as 
led by God. 




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strength, they shall mount up with wings as 
eagles, they shall walk and not grow weary. 
They shall run and never be faint." This is a 
scripture that Qurentia Chester lives by as a stu- 
dent, a daughter, and a child of God. This is 
what she shall live by as Miss Oakwood. Born 
on September 1 3, 1 980 in Atlanta, Georgia, her 
goals and aspirations in life are to become an 
entertainment lawyer, a law professor, an entre- 
preneur, and a motivational speaker. As Miss 
Oakwood, she wants to do both in-reach and 
out-reach programs, not just for Oakwood and 
Huntsville, but for Adventists across the USA. 





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Alison Dunae Dulan was born in Lynnwood, Cali- 
fornia, and currently resides in Seattle, Washing- 
ton. She is a 20-year-old junior with a major in 
Marketing and a minor in English. Over the past 
two and a half years at Oakwood College, Alison 
has participated in many extracumcular activities. 
Her favorite activity was participating on the Lady 
Ambassadors Basketball Team. As Miss Oakwood, 
Alison's goal is to enable the students of Oakwood 
to achieve valuable experience in their respective 
fields of study. She is truly an intelligent, deter- 
mined young woman who is sure to leave her mark 
on Oakwood and the world. 



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The first born ot Elder and Mrs. Durand Ford. 
Adaira Ford was born in New Orleans, Loui- 
siana. As a 20 year old junior with a major in 
Chemistry, she holds aspirations of becom- 
ing an urban and regional planner. Utilizing^ 
her talents and strong interests in design, she^ 
intends to devote her career to restoring his 
torical buildings and communities. A very, 
outgoing and charismatic young lady, 
Adaira' s main objective as Miss Oakwood is 
to promote Christian female identity. The en- 
couragement of young ladies to realize theirl 
strength, talents, and importance is very sig- 
nificant to her, volunteering her time. Believ- 
ing that a strong, confident. God-fearing lady 
is truly one in a million. 



Elise Paulette Fryson is a 20 year old senior ma- 
joring in Computer InfoiTnation Systems. She was 
born in Huntsville. Alabama and currently resides 
in Atlanta, Georgia. As Miss Oakwood 2002, 
Elise plans to implement a program that allows 
Oakwood students the opportunity to mentor the 
youth of Huntsville and surrounding communi- 
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majoring in vocal performance and pedagogy. 
Originally from Danville, Illinois she currently 
resides in Soso. Mississippi. Upon graduation, 
she plans to attend graduate school to receive 
her master's degree in performance. As Miss 
Oakwood, it is her goal to sponsor a program 
that will boost self-esteem for underprivileged 
children who wish to pursue a career in the 
performing arts. The goal of this program is to 
uplift the name of Jesus by teaching these chil- 
dren that despite physical appearance and 
handicaps they can accomplish anything. It is 
also her desire to foster a greater appreciation 
for classical music and the arts on campus and 
in the community. 





Adrianne LeShawn Jones is a 21 year old psychol- 
ogy major from Greenville, Mississippi. She as- 
pires to become a guidance counselor of an alterna- 
tive school. As Miss Oakwood, she will implement 
a mentoring program spreading the love of Jesus, 
which is a one in a million opportunity. 



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Charmaine Veronica Kerr is a 20 year old junior 
Social Work major from West Palm Beach, 
Florida. She will graduate with her Bachelor of 
Social Work degree in 2003. She plans to pur- 
sue a master's degree in the same field. Her goal 
as Miss Oakwood is to inspire her fellow women 
of Oakwood College and to represent to them 
an example of a Christian young woman. She 
also plans to encourage them to be the best they 
can be and to make heaven their ultimate goal. 




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Rolanda Lister originates from the busy city of 
Queens, New York, and has spent the majority of 
her teen years in the grand state of Texas. Cur- 
rently, she resides in Nashville, Tennessee. 
Rolanda is a 2 1 year old biochemistry major with 
the career aspirations of becoming a woman's 
physician. As Miss Oakwood, she would like to 
implement practical programs and seminars for 
the purpose of developing the Oakwood woman 
holistically, spiritually, mentally, physically, and 
socially. For her. Miss Oakwood is the begin- 
ning of a life long career. Therefore, she endeav- 
ors to bring more action to the title Miss 
Oakwood. 



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Mahalia Olatunji is a 2 1 year old vocal perfor- 
mance major with a minor in communications 
from Washington, D.C. Upon graduation, by 
God's grace, Mahalia plans to attend graduate 
school to study musical theatre. God willing. 
Mahalia plans to be a performer in New York 
City. She also plans to teach. By the year 2020. 
she plans to start the "Mahalia Jackson School 
of Peifoming Arts". As Miss Oak wood. Mahalia 
plans to first address the needs within the school 
by increasing the safety needs of the students on 
campus. For before you can reach out to others, 
changes must occur within so that you can be an 
effective witness. 





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Lavina Monique Seawright is a 20 year old 
Psychology major and Religion minor from 
White Plains, New York. Her goal in life is to 
practice Christian counseling and to someday 
own her own private practice. As Miss 
Oakwood, she desires to glorify the Lord in 
all that she does. With a humble spirit and a 
determined mind, she seeks to promote the 
spiritual aspects of Oakwood College. In short, 
she plans to use the talents that the Lord has 
given her to unify, and uplift the students of 
Oakwood College. 



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Teleka Patrick was bom on Septem- 
ber 18, 1983 to Matthahais and Irene 
Patrick. With God as her best friend, 
enjoys playing the violin, singing and 
reading. Teleka is majoring in both 
biology and ministerial theology, and 
she aspires to dedicate herself as a pe- 
diatrician as well as a pastor. Teleka is 
a very determined individual, and she 
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I am thank fid for this opportunity to publicly thank God for all that He 
has done in my life. I thank Him for putting me through the pageant 
experience, which has increased my self-awareness, self-confidence, and well 
roundedness. Though January 2/' was an exciting occasion, the real ben- 
efit of the pageant was fiound in the months leading up to it. Getting 
acquainted with the other contestants was a blessing; not only did we pm- 
tice together, but we prayed together. 1 am indebted to contributors, fiiends, 
and fiwiily, and those who helped me improve my presentation. I believe 
that the will of God has been done in my life so fiar, and I am confident that 

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" My participation in the 2002 Miss Oakwood Pageant has certainly 
quahfied as my most enriching college experience to date. Preparing for 
and performing in were exciting challenges. The unique opportunity 
to develop friendships with 14 ofOakwoods most promising fremales 
was most rewarding. I encourage any confident, talented female who 
feels she could adequately represent Oakwood College to participate in 
next year's pageant. The pageant experience is unforgettable!' 



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Meki Louise Bracken was born twenty 
years ago in Detroit, Michigan. She re- 
ceived an Adventist education before at- 
tending high school at University Liggett 
School in Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan. 
She is currently pursuing a dual degree in 
applied mathematics and engieering, which 
she will complete in 2004. She enjoys act- 
ing in Oye' Drama Ministries as well as 
volunteering at Council Boys & Girls Club 
in Huntsville, AL. Her goals and intrests 
are constantly evolving and expanding. At 
present, she is exploring opportunities 
available in health care or educational ad- 
ministration. She looks forward to any task 
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Change is difficult. Our routine is disturbed; our comfort is assaulted. We cling to convention and 
hesitate before the unknown. Rooted in habit, we resist the new and different, but when we accommodate 
or accept new experiences, we become more capable, responsive and confident. 

Becoming Miss Oakwood 2002 is truly a new and miraculous experience for me. It helped me 
to become more courageous. I've learned resilience, self-discipline, self-control and how to trust God with 
every circumstance. I was able to accept diversity and to see negatives become positives through hard work 

I am absorbing the moment 
progress, and preparing for the 

Oakwood, I encourage you to 
expect the best. In the words of 
find excitement, rather than fear 
growth, rather than catastro- 
Strive to find compromise, rather 
ment, gratitude rather than re- 
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latient perseverance, 
past, savoring the one in 
one ahead. 

As Miss 

be optimistic and always 
Marsha Maurer, "try to 
in opportunity; potential 
phe in disappointment, 
than confiict in disagree- 
gret in loss; and renewal, 
change!' 

I also challenge you 
dream, go where you want 
be, because you have only 
the things you want to do. 

My sincere wish 
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to dream what you want to 
to go and be what you want to 
one life and one chance to do all 

for each of you is that you will 
strength to bear each responsi- 
bility and courage to rise above every challenge. That perseverance will be crowned with success as you 
work purposefully, steadily, and with passionate intensity towards your goals. Also, that whether 
conditions be barren or fertile, you will bloom with the satisfaction of Gods will that He is in control. 
The text that has continually inspired me is "Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more 
than all we ask or imagine according to His power that is at work within us!' Ephesians '^■.20. 
I hope that this text will be an inspiration to you as well. May God make your dreams come 
true and truly make you "One in a million!' 



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Rajeeni LeShel Thomas was born on Janu- 
ary 16, 1981, in Huntsville, Alabama. She 
has two younger sisters, Dennisa, 11, and 
Jazzmin, 7, of whom she is very proud. As 
a junior biochemistry major, she aspires to 
impact today's society by practicing anesthe- 
sia. During her college career, she has been 
and continues to be active in various activi- 
ties, including Alpha Chi and Louis Stokes 
Alliance for Minority Participation. Her ul- 
timate goals are to fulfill God's purpose for 
her life and attain heaven. 




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his Lady Ambassadors in nail- 
biting suspense. Far Right: 
Michelle Wheeler anticipates 
the rebound. Below: Asst. 
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strategies with KeUie Smith and 
Erika Lee before the 2nd half. 
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The Lady Ambassadors faced a tough 
season this year and met their challengers head- 
on. This young team showed promising signs of 
great things to come in the future. Their in-your- 
face style of play and their tenacious spirits were 
essential to their persistence — no matter what 
numbers appeared on the scoreboard. This 
bunch of feisty ladies set a tone for how basket- 
ball should be played as a Lady Ambassador. 
They had no shame in their game as they show- 
cased their God-given talents. 

Whether it was wicked crossover dribbles, 
3 -point bombs from the perimeter, post-up moves, 
floater jump shots, or displaying teamwork, the 
ladies showed how to work together as a cohesive 
unit. Through many close games this season, the 
ladies fought discouragement and never gave up. 
The Lady Ambassadors truly showed what it 
meant to be a conqueror. 




Scorecard 



KNOXVILLE 58 

Talladega College 75 

BLUE MT. 64 

BELHAVEN COLLEGE 80 

Belhaven College 34 

Rust College 66 

JUDSON COLLEGE 76 

Freewill Baptist College 36 

Final Scores as of 
February 4, 2002. 



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of being an Ambassa- 
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with alot of new players 
and we ai'e still learning. 
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challenges facing the 
Ambassadors this season? 



"Maintaining the 
element of hard work, 
while sometimes not 
always seeing the 
direct results." 
-Donny Monroe 



"Losing indi- 
vidual agendas 
and coming 
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common goal/ 
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Ijuzz! The highly anticipated basketball season 

began quickly developed into an exhilarating bond be- 
tween the fans and their Ambassadors. The fans poured 
into Ashby Auditorium with enough energy to raise the 
roof. 

The Ambassadors reached new heights during a 
veiy competitive season. An improved defense, the 
showcase of freshmen talent, and a competitive yet un- 
doubtedly fearless attitude helped create and maintain 
respect for our super contenders. An effortless spirit was 
relentlessly displayed by the fans who paid with their 
time and voices for a profitable cause. This basketball 
season created social interactions, fashion trends, relax- 
ation, and a slew of OC's most unforgettable moments. 



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the presence of fire-that it is best 
not uncautiously to touch that man- 
that there is something that makes it 
dangerous to cross him." 
Woodrow Wilson 

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Thomas Burton F 

Jordan Earle F 

Reginald Felder G 

Jamaal Gibbons G 

Femi Jinadu F 

Jerome Miles G 

Donnie Monroe F 

Tony Oliver G 

Lament Perry G 

Jeff Roulston F 

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Go! Fight! Win! These were the signs quickly flashed be- 
fore the fans in the bleachers as the cheerleaders tried to 
rally Oakwood's school spirit. Between the Oakwood Col- 
lege Cheerleaders and the USM Krazzies the atmosphere in 
the gym is always electric. The spirit displayed by the stu- 
dents was at a max every Saturday night in Ashby Audito- 
rium. This year the 
OC Cheerleaders, 
led by Marion Doli, 
brought new hype to 
the spirit of conten- 
tion. The spirit the 
fans and the cheer- 
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would be filled with action packed 
palys with a grat deal of energy put 
forth. The cool fall season for the 
guys began with big names such as 
Bad Boys, New Squad, Untouch- 
ables Part II, Brothers Colition, 
and Bailer Block' n gracing the 
football field with their smooth, 
but fervent skills. The elite team 
for the ladies included ABC, Cali 
Team and the defending champi- 
ons, RCS. After the smoke cleared 
from the few true contendors and 
many pretenders, the Untouchables 
were lefgt untouched in a dramatic 
finish. On the ladies side 
stastically, the Cali team was 

named "Queens of the Field", however the final game was 
not played due to certain circumstances. Congratulation s to 
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crowd in suspense this year. The first round started 
Thursday, November 1 , with the East taking it to the 
West 37-24. The game was a fight in the first half, 
but the East eventually wore the West down with size. 
The second game of the first round took place be- 
tween the North and the South. The North held their 
own for a good portion of the the game, but the South 
took control to ease into a 48-22 victory. 

During round 2, the North took on the West. 
Despite the North's game plan the West came out 
ahead with a score of 34-15. The much anticipated 
final game between the South and the East drew a 
large crowd, all of whom were representing for their 
regions. The score was close up until the end, but 
when the final buzzer rang, the South conquered over 
the East to become the champions with a score of 
36-33. 

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to come out and represent for their clique, showing 
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Name: Ricardo Daphnis 
Classification: Senior 
iWajor: Theology & Dietetics 
Benefits of your organization? 'We 

learn different ways to increase our 
scholarship, develop acadennically and 
socially." 



Name: Courtney Hall 
Classification: Senior 
lUlajor: Social Work 
What has your organization 
contributed to the community? 
"We promote academic 
excellence.. .we mentor and tutor 
at Oakwood Academy." 



Name: Carlos Allers 
Classification: Junior 
IWajor: Finance 

How do you become a member of 
your organization "...must be a 
business major who is willing to 
participate in meetings and in 
different activities that Phi Beta 
Lambda organizes." 



Name: Agena Davenport 

Classification: Sophomore 

Major: Biology 

What do you contribute to your 

organization? "I give them my 

ideas." 



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at a Phi Eta Sigma meeting. As Vice-Presi- 
dent, it is her responsibility to guide the 
discussions and allow all members the 
opportunity to contribute. 



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Purpose: National college honor so- 
ciety of juniors and seniors 

Back Row: Lloyd Sealey, Fred Warfield 

Second Row: Launice Melbourne, Wil- 
liam Lee, Tia Jefferies, Karlette 
Haughton, Donna Greene 

First Row: Ricardo Daphnis-Chaplain, 
Stephanie Lester-Asst. Public Rela- 
tions, Racquel Stephenson-Public 
Relations, Miranda Steele-Treasurer, 
Tamika Duncombe-Secretary 



Purpose: To promote academic 
achievement among social work 
majors 

Fredra Butler-Social Coordinator, 
Andrea Dean-President, Monica 
Howsend-Public Relations, Ms. 
Kesslyn Brade-Sponsor, Dianna 
McFarlane-Chaplain,Alethea 
Goodridge-Treasurer, Demisha 
Burns-Secretary 



Purpose: To provide additional 
opportunities for students to de- 
velop vocational competency for 
business 

Back Row: Mrs. Faye Braithwaithe- 
Sponsor, Carlos Allers, Loderika 
Holder-President 

Front Row: Letitia Cochran, Kristina 
Symonds, Ssanyu Bagambiire, 
Rick Murphy 



Purpose: To acknowledge and pro-^ 
mote the academic success oi 
freshmen and sophomores i 

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Back Row: Agena Davenport, Porschen 
Vanderhorst, Patrick Jacques-Chap-)| 
lain, Martin Lister 

Front Row: Jamecia Mills-Treasurer i 
Rachel Lemons-President, Tiffany 
Williams-Vice President, Chaneh 
Sales, Fiona James-Public Relations,-] 

Kia Henley (not pictured) 




Fiona James. Sophomore member of Phi Eta Sigma, listens intently as she takes 
notos on tho study tips offered at the meeting. 



Dr. Trevor Fraser, Alpha Chi's 
sponsor, delivers a message 
of encouragement and wel- 
come to the inductees of the 
Honor Society. 




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Purpose: Catalyst for develop- 
ing the change from student to 
professional in the field of ac- 
counting 

Ruth Gunn-Sponsor 

Dulani Williams-President 
Twila Drew-Secretary 

Meretle Wilson-Treasurer 



Purpose: Foster a wide student 
interest and participation in ac- 
tivities providing leadership de- 
velopment 

Ruth Green-Sponsor 
Sheree Brown-President 
Erica Perry-Vice-President 
Megan Smith-Secretary 
Larry Wilson-Treasurer 
Kevin Carrington-Parlimentarian 



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Purpose: Provide a vehicle 
through which communication 
students may enhance their com- 
munication skills thru practical 
educational projects 

Aleesha Houston, Nicole George, 
Mrs. Patrice Conwell-Sponsor, 
Candyce Monroe-Treasurer, Kyrinda 
Richardson, Kahlima Dudley-Public 
Relations, Fred Owens, Ghavah 
McCoy, Dudley Duberry, Tara 
Carmen-President 



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Purpose: Provide ecological and 
environmental awareness to the 
students of Oakwood College 

Back Row: Brian Jackson-Presi- 
dent, Ryan Manning-Treasurer, 
Brian Boone-Sergeant-at-Arms 

Front Row: Tiffany Rugless-Assis- 
tant Treasurer, Katrina Eraser- 
Secretary, Dr. Padma Uppala- 
Sponsor, Lilian Batista-Asst. Sec- 
retary 



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Purpose: Deveiop the interest of 
capable students in teaching as a 
career 

Back Row: Alicia Johnson-Trea- 
surer, Autumn Washington-Vice- 
President, Melissa Mallett-Secre- 
tary, Eryn Fryson-Asst Secretary 

Front Row: Brooke Henderson-Pub- 
lic Relations, Natalie Griffin-Presi- 
dent, Olawunmi Sobomehim- 
Parlimentarian 



Purpose: Promote the well being of 
families; to strengthen families 

Christina Hoffman-President 
Octavia Hall-Vice President 
Tia Jeffries-Secretary 
Tenicha Williams-Assistant Secretary 
Ricardo Daphnis-Treasurer 
Veronica Jones-Programs Chair 
Latisha Martin-Public Relations Dir. 
Tiffany Bryant-Chaplain 



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Purpose: Foster student interest 
and participation in activities and 
to assist students in developing 
skills 



Back Row: 
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Front Row: Lauren Carter-Vice- 
President, Britney Moore-Assis- 
tant Treasurer, Tamara Ellis-Secre- 
tary, Justin Baham-Parlimentarian, 
Utundee Saunders-Member at 
Large, Nicole Lundy-Public Rela- 
tions 






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Purpose: Encourage a knowl- 
edge of the French language an(i| 
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Tanya Dunkley, David Ruff, Alicia Shelly, Hersha 
King, Keisha Prime and Sara Osi enjoy the scenic 
view from the rock quary. It is an ideal day for the 
vespers that the Science club has prepared. 




Purpose: Professional Develop- 
ment 

Stephanie Lester-President 
Ramona Biggs-Secretary 
Samuel Beale-Treasurer 



Purpose: Create a bond betweeen 
psychology majors and minors and 
make them aware of the career op- 
tions within their reach 

Back Row: Dorhel Davis-Vice-Presi- 
dent, Tia Jones, Katrina Oatey 

Front Row: Chevon Griffith, Catrice 
Moffett-President, Shantii Turner-Sec- 
retary, Kevin Scarlett, Cherisa Franklin- 
Treasurer, Kario Bullen 



Purpose: Serve science majors of 
Oakwood College 

Back Row: Schari Flowers-Social Vice 
President, David Ruff-President, Sara 
Osi-Treasurer, Teleka Patrick- 
Parlimentarian, Mark Stephens-Chap- 
lain 

Front Row: Hersha King-Vice-Presi- 
dent, Tanya Dunkley-Secretary, Reuel 
Fields-Public Relations 



Purpose: Raise awareness on 
campus and within the community 
about social issues in society 

Back Row: Skyra Dummett-Social 
Vice, Kanika Reid-Vice-President 

Second Row: Tamika Duncombe- 
President, Charmaine Kerr-Public 
Relations Director, 

First Row: Tonia Austin-Sergeant-at- 
Arms, Ms. Kesslyn Brade-Sponsor, 
Denise Tolbert-Parliamentarian 



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Amber Dunson, Shayla Moore, 
Sharon Anosike, Brooke 
Henderson, and Caroline Douglas, 
members of B.A.S.E., provide a 
Sabbath afternoon meal to the resi- 
dents of Willow Run, a local retire- 
ment home 

Jenelle Bellinger & Allycin 
Powell-Hicks make their job look 
fun. Ambassadors participate in 
events such as the UNCF ban- 
quet, College Days, and Board of 
Trustees meetings 



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Purpose: To allow students to express posi- 
tive creativity through poetry 

Clockwise: Leanne Stoddart, Keith Gardner, 
Olive Lindo-Vice-President, Demisha Burns, 
Esaias Campbell-Jackson, Kimberly Pearson, 
Keitrich Germany-Treasurer, Tamiya King- 
President, EzekielJoseph, Alicia Trusty, Nigel 
Hunter 



Purpose: To be a key to unlock the souls of Afri- 
can-American young women for service.. .to God, 
our institution of learning, and to our community. 
To promote the African-American woman because 
she is a priceless commodity. To strengthen our 
sisters both spiritually and socially 

Back Row: Sharon Anosike, Brooke Henderson, 
Waneda Bures, Shanna Harrison, Caroline Douglas- 
Assistant Secretary, Amber Dunson-Treasurer, 
Charlene Sanders-Chaplain 

Front Row: Shayla Moore-Public Relations, Syreeta 
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Back Row: Leo Campbell, Martin Lister, Toyosi 
Atolagbe, Camillia Rodgers, Donald Monroe III, 
Nackesha Maddex, David Franklin, Dexter Smith 

Middle Row: President Delbert Baker, Michael 
Faison, Schari Flowers, Antoin Bowe, Britney 
Moore, Kurtley Knight, Angel Fluellen 



Front Row: Chris Howell, Kim Wilson, Donna 
Greene, Elayna Boynton, Allycin Powell-Hicks, 
Jenelle Bellinger, Alicia Jumper, Rolanda Lister, 
Melissa Martin 




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While some clubs met to plan missions or to polish their 
ministries for performance, the Literary Guild endeavored 
l^ to produce a book that would be multifaceted in its pur- 
^ pose. Joy Notes , published in the 2001 spring semester, 
' Is a compilation of poetry, testimonies and short stories 
of faculty members and students. The idea was born 
from one of the workshops that the Guild hosts, which 
encourages members to seek publication for their work. 
As if the book itself were not enough of an accomplish- 
ment, the Literary Guild decided to use the monies from 
the sale of the book to establish a scholarship fund for 
students to purchase books and for seniors who need 
the money to clear in order to march for graduation. The 
book has been noted as an inspirational insight into the 
"Oakwood Experience." Joy Notes has been sold at 
Southern Adventist University and the Pastoral Evange- 
list Conference and has been advertised on WOCG. In 
addition, it is currently sold at the College Bookstore 



students in free enterprise 



mission is being achieved by training and motivating 
college students to teach others how the free enterprise 
system works and how to achieve thier dreams. 



won rookie of the year in the Regional Competition in 
May 2001 and proceeded to attend the Nationals in Kan- 
sas City, MO. 



impacts the community by working at the Richard Show- 
ers community center and providing an Entrepreneur 
Workshop. 

does not discriminate, it's doors are open to both busi- 
ness and non-business majors alike. 



Purpose: Establish a cultural awareness among 
memebers of the organization and the student 
body at large 

Shane Corrodus-Vice-President, Keith Albury- 
President, Rory Major 



Purpose: To enhance literary skills through 
reading, writing, and fun activities, and to 
strengthen spiritual commitment 

Back Row: Marcus Vassell, Kenyatta Latham-Se- 
nior Ministry Coordinator, Lincoln Smith-Co- 
Vice-President, Lament Lowe, Patrick Jacques 

Front Row: Alethea Skinner, Roshelle Lindsay, 
Ramona Sequea-President, Chanel Sales-Co- 
Vice President, Karlette Haughton-Secretary, Dr 
Cecily Daly-Sponsor 




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Purpose: To provide college students the 
best opportunity to make a difference and 
develop leadership, teamwork and commu- 
nication skills through the learning process 
and teaching principles of free enterprise 

Back Row: Mrs. Kelly Duncanson-Sponsor, 
Nadia Ince, Apryl Roberts, Erika Petty, Ebony 
Anderson-Co-Secretary, Kristina Simmonds- 
Co-Secretary, Yannique Clarke 

Front Row: Zahair McKenzie-Treasurer, Erin 
Robinson, Nick Archer-Public Relations 




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Hall Dorm Club president, Toccara 
Boyd hosted an Agape Feast with 
Edwards Hall, a Pajama Party, and a 
Sunday morning breakfast. 



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Stephanie Lester and George Fleurimond take on the task of ad- 
vertising for the Junior class car wash. They advertise that it's free 
but strongly encourage their customers to leave donations. 




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Purpose: Bring unity to their respective class by planning 
uplift their members physically, socially and 



Back Row: Joel Milliner-Trea- 
surer, Dillon Mitchel-Religious 
Vice, Eijah Holness-Parliamen- 
tarian 

Front Row: Darien Curry-Vice 
President, Derod Moody-Presi- 
dent, Rochelle Carter-Secretary, 
Brandon Black-Social Vice 



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Denise White- 



Back Row: Delano Son-Srgt-at-Arms 
Second Row: Anthony Chandler-Chap- 
lain, Dexter Smith-Parliamentarian, 
Fiona James-Treasurer, Alicia Shelly- 
Asst. Treasurer, Justin Kelly-Social Co- 
ordinator 

Front Row: Eryn Young-Public Relations, 
Leticia Barksdale-Hospitality Chairper- 
son, Martin Lister-President, Daria 
Partlow-Vice-President, Jenelle Jessup- 
Hospitality Assistant 

Not Pictured: John Boston- Religious 
Vice-President, Joslynn Francois-Sec- 
retary, Chidi Umez-Asst. Secretary, Yaffa 
Andre-Asst. Social Coordinator 



and providing activities which 
spiritually. 

Adam Maycock-Vice President, Angel 
Fluellen-Social Committee Asst., 
Jenean Johnson-President, Anthony 
Albury-Chaplain Schari Flowers-Social 
Coordinator, Adaira Ford-Secretary, 
Paul Cleveland-Asst. Treasurer, Tyrice 
Clisby-Music Coordinator, Lorna Rob- 
erts-Asst. Secretary 

Not Pictured: Danita Fowler- 
Treasurer, Allison Dulan-Parliamentar- 
ian, Cosville Rodgers-Srgt. at Arms, 
Lorraine Frye-Public Relations, 
Meyassar Robinzine-Asst. to the Pres. 



Back Row: Sutania Bailey-Secretary, j 
Jessica Brazier-President, Ms. Jeanna 
Bond-Dean/Sponsor 

Front Row: Ronie Lubin-Chaplain, 
Esther Bertresse-Vice-President, Roch- 
elle Carter-Public Relations 




Jeanie Johnson, Junior class president takes joy in her work. The Junior class washes 
cars at Advance Auto Parts to raise funds for the class. 



Ronie Lubin, Carter Hall Chaplain, 
manages to balance her studies 
with her responsibilities of leading 
the dorm spiritually. 

Lena Simmons and Olive Lindo 
exclaim their praise as they lead 
out in song service in Moran Hall 
at the Junior Class Sabbath. 





All work an(jl no play makes them 
dull girls. 



enelle Jessup and 
Farron Gibson spend some quality 
time together outside of their 
sophomore class responsibilities. 



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Purpose: Plan activities for their respective dormitories, wliich foster a community of fellowship and 



interaction among the residents 



• Back Row: Zynia Spencer-Secretary, 
Pauline Alexander-Public Relations, 
Demisha Burns-Social Vice President, 
Lavona Cassimy-President 

Front Row: Andrea Dean-Vice Presi- 
dent, Jamie Jacobs-Asst. Public Rela- 
tions 

Not Pictured: Curtesa Arnett-Chaplain, 
Tanya Dunkley-Asst. Chaplain, Candace 
McGoodwin-Asst. Social Vice-Presi- 
jdent, Akosua Opoku-Boateng-Co-Trea- 
jsurer, Samantha LeBlanc-Co-Treasurer 



Haven Fair-President 

Fred Warfleld-Vice-President 

Henry Mitchell- 
Vice-President of Public Relations 

Gibran Hunt- 
Vice-President of Finance 

Leiis Simmons- 
Vice President of Spiritual Life 



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Martial Charles-Athletic Coordinator 

Leo Campbell-Competition/ 
Social Coordinator 

John Pooler- 
Activities Coordinator 

Jason Hutchinson-Newsletter Editor 

William Lee- 
Education (Honors) Coordinator 

Christoper Thompson- 
Spiritual Coordinator 

Luckson Jean-Francois- 
Education Coordinator 

Ryan Smith-Beautification Coordinator 

Kean Baxter-Job Coordinator 



Back Row: Veronica Jones-Parli- 
mentarian, Racquel Stephenson-Pub- 
lic Relations, Yatfa Andre-Assistant 
Social Vice-President, Kellee- 
Susaye Lewis-Vice-President, Jamie 
McGriff-Social Vice President 

Front Row: Toccara Boyd-President 

Not Pictured: Dafina Morris-Secretary, 
Nicole Smith-Treasurer, Farron 
Gibson-Chaplain, Lathee Moore-Asst. 
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Anika Powell looks on with al- 
most as much joy as the re- 
ceiver of the gift, Terry-Ann Grif- 
fin. The USM executive cabi- 
net participates in a gift ex- 
change, over dinner, before 
Christmas break. 



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Name: Terry-Ann Griffin 

Responsibilities: Plan and promote academic activities on campus. 

How is your job now in comparison with your expectations? I 

expected it to be a big job, but in actuality, it is alot more responsibil- 
ity than I anticipated. 

Do you feel any pressure in your position? I do because often 
times I am compared to the Athletic and Social Vices. It is hard to 
plan academic activities without a monetary incentive to encourage 
participation. 




Jennifer Murphy takes care of some busi- 
ness in the USM office with Christmas spirit. 
As executive secretary, it is her responsi- 
bility to provide assistance to the USM 
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Name: Dianna Moseley 
Responsibilities: To 

oversee the production 
of the yearbook 
How is your job now in 
comparison with your 
expectations? 
It's everything I thought 
it would be. It takes a 
lot of time and sacrifice. 
Do you feel pressure 
in your position? 
I feel a lot of pressure in 
my position. I realize 
that everyone from the 
administration to the stu- 
dent body is watching 
and waiting for the year- 
book, and the image of 
the yearbook reflects 
back on me. 



Name: Kevin Barnease 
Responsibilities: Sit 
on the athletic commit- 
tee, help organize 
intramurals 

How is your job in 
comparison with 
your expectations? 
It's different than I 
thought it would be, but 
it's fun nonetheless 
How has your out- 
look of Oakwood Col- 
lege and the student 
body shifted since 
you accepted your 
position? 

I realized that people 
would rather be enter- 
tained than participate 








Name: Jennifer Murphy 
Responsibilities: Take 
minutes for cabinet meet- 
ings, type letter memos, 
general office work 
How has your outlook 
of Oakwood College 
and the student body 
shifted since you ac- 
cepted your position? 
I didn't see how impor- 
tant the USM's job was 
before. I didn't under- 
stand that they were a 
medium to meet the 
needs of the students. I 
also didn't know how big 
my job was until I got into 
office. 



Name: Lenis "Lilly" Ar- 
cher 

Responsibilities: 
Chairman of Senate 
How is your job now in 
comparison with your 
expectations? This 
year's senate is amaz- 
ing! Good senators 
make my job much 
easier. But the work load 
did surprise me. 
How has your outlook 
of Oakwood College 
and the student body 
shifted since you ac- 
cepted your position? 
Things can change! I 
have faith that students 
can make a difference 
when they come to- 
gether and act. 




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Name: Darrel Daniel 
Responsibilities: En- 
hance and provide music 
ministry 

How is your job in 
comparison with your 
expectations? My job 
remains challenging and 
my vision for my office is 
not yet complete 
Do you feel pressure 
in your position? 
The pressure that I feel 
in my office is largely 
from myself, and know- 
ing that I have a very 
serious responsibility to 
the student body to rep- 
resent Christ accurately. 



Name: John Boston li 
Responsibilities! 
Maintain a history fil' 
interpret constitution i 
How is your job i 
comparison wit 
your expectations? ' 
is everything I expectei 
because it is everythir 
I make it. 

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of Oakwood Collee 
and/or the studei! 
body shifted sine 
you've accepted yor 
position? 

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Name: Marlon Reid 
Responsibilities: Set 
goals and objectives for 
the USM 

IHow has your outlook 
of Oakwood College 
and/or the student 
body shifted since 
you've accepted your 
position? 

I now have a great love 
for the college and the 
students. My position 
has caused me to look 
more deeply at the 
needs of the college and 
the student body. Prior 
to that, I only saw what 
was on the surface. 





Name: Michelle Hall 
Responsibilities: Take 
notes for senate min- 
utes, work with Execu- 
tive VP 

How has your outlook 
of Oakwood College 
and/or the student 
body shifted since 
you've accepted your 
position? 

The student body 
seems to blend well with 
this year's USM than 
previous years since 
I've been here. 



Name: Wayne Hewlett 
Responsibilities: Plan 
and execute activities 
Thursday and Saturday 
nights 

How is your job now in 
comparison with your 
expectations? The ex- 
pectations were high. 
The job is much more of 
a workload than ex- 
pected. 

Do you feel pressure in 
your position? 
Very much so, but that 
comes with the job. You 
can please some people 
some of the time, but you 
can't please all of the 
people all of the time. 








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Name: Joseph Lind- 
say 

Responsibilities: To 
plan spiritual and social 
events for the student 
body. 

How has your outlook 
of Oakwood College 
and the student body 
shifted since you 
have accepted the po- 
sition? 

Since I have been in my 
position, I have gained 
a new respect for the 
Oakwood College Ad- 
ministration and more 
faith in the student 
body. 



Name: Katara Watkins 
Responsibilities: 
Overseeing the produc- 
tion of the paper 
How is your job now in 
comparison with your 
expectations? ...I 
never dreamed I would 
receive the support from 
the students that I 
have... 

Has your outlook of 
Oakwood College's 
student body shifted 
since you've accepted 
your position? 
The students want to be 
involved and active, 
against popular belief. I 
am surprised at that. 



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Name: Anika Powell 
How is your job now 
in comparison with 
your expectations? 

My job expectations 
have been met and 
superceded by far. 
Do you feel pressure 
in your position? 
Yes and no. Some- 
times the job is very 
demanding. At times 
it's relaxed. I have to 
deal with many differ- 
ent personalities all at 
once, all of whom want 
money, and that's dif- 
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When one sees the word "Halloween" what type of images are con- 
jured within their mind? Does one think of jack-o-lanterns and broom- 
sticks and children shrouded in costumes of cartoon characters, while 
seeking something sweet? Well, the Pre-Law Society ventured away 
from these things and went against tradition. 

Halloween for the Pre-Law Society was anything but conventionall. 
The 31 St of October found them in the Indian Creek community collect- 
ing canned goods for the Food Bank of North Alabama. The commu- 
nity, as a whole, extended a warm reception and cheerfully contributed 
various non-perishable items, such as canned goods and boxed pasta. 
The evening resulted in 220 lbs. of food for the Food Bank of North 
Alabama. This act of service, as performed by the members of the Pre- 
Law Society, was preparatory for their careers as servants to the public 
in the profession of law. It taught an invaluable lesson about the need 
to conquer those ideas which are commonplace and to expect the un- 
expected. 



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Chris Carter and Gabrielle Ruff 
listen to the information being 
presented in the senate meeting. 



How is the Pre-law society 
preparing you for law school? 



"We do practice LSATs and learn 
how to debate and talk about cur- 
rent events. It also helps us im- 
prove our critical thinking skills." 



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paying attention, or is he 
just good at falling 
asleep with his eyes 
open? 



Purpose: Increase awareness about 
the field of dentistry and prepare stu- 
dents for matriculation through den- 
tal school 

Back Row: Tenille IVIitchell, Kianna 
Simmons, Tyrice Clisby-Treasurer, Brian 
Preston-President, Kelly Srnith-Asst. 
Public Relations 

Front Row: Curtesa Arnett-Activities 
Coordinator, Michelle Griffith-Vice 
President, Jamelia Butler-Public Rela- 
tions, Tamisha Valcin-Secretary 

Not Pictured:Dr. Susan Baker-Sponsor 



Purpose: To increase the number 
of engineering students who excel 
academically, succeed profession- 
ally and positively impact the com- 
munity 

Sponsor: Dr. Albert Osei 
President: Joshua demons 
Vice-President: Prince Mabandia 
Programs Chair:Tiffani Claiborne 
Treasurer: Joseph Bates 
Secretary: Oluchuku Okike 



Purpose: To provide those inter 
ested in the business aspect o 
healthcare with an avenue by whicli 
they can obtain updated informatior| 
concerning this field. 

Sponsor: Dr. Keld Billingy 
President: Kristina Symonds 
Vice-President: Tiffany Garnett 
Secretary: Janelle Phillips 
Treasurer: Christopher Howell 













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Back Row: Yuel Boyce, 
Fred Warfield, Lamar 
Ryan 

Fifth Row: Nick Arciier, 
Chris Carter, Leighcraft 
Shakes.Loveiee Georges, 
Monique Hall, Paul Bulgin 

Fourth Row: Micha Logan, 
Martin Lister, Denry 
White, Reuel Field, Kevin 
Joules 

Third Row: Wendell 
Jeffery, Judy Powell, Vic- 
tor Clark, Edna Nore, 
Tiffani Claiborne, 

Sacoastia Williams 

Second Row: Eijah 
Holness, Demisha Burns, 
Gabrielle Ruff, Kimberly 
Pearson, Denise White, 
Sachoy Fowler 

Front: Michelle Hall, Lilly 
Archer, John Boston II 




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I Purpose: To serve music majors and 
I minors in assisting them to be pre- 
i pared for graduate school, to broaden 
I all students' knowledge of music and 
I to provide an environment where stu- 
dents can apply their knowledge of 
class room theory 

Back Row: Eric Brown-Public Rela- 
tions, D'Andre McCarthy, Justin Davis 

Middle Row: Cicily Williams, James 
Rudd, Darrel Daniel, Lloyd Harrod, 
Shawn Tillery 

Front Row: Deondria Jeffries-Vice- 
President, Amanda Ambrose-Presi- 
dent, Shavonne Dorsey-Treasurer, 
Tiah Graves-Secretary 



Purpose: Promote an awareness of 
the requirements and preparation 
needed for entrance into law 
school. 

Back Row: Joseph Caleb, Jennifer Gray 

Third Row: Anthea Knight, Matthew 
Anderson, Caroline Douglas, Shantil 
Turner, Emily Moore, Husbert Nicholson, 
Sharna Ettinoffe 

Second Row: Averil Edwards-President, 
Judy Powell-Public Relations, Sharlee 
Walker-Treasurer, Nackesha Maddix 

Front Row: Danielle Daniels, Mayatu 
Peabody, Martelli Borieux, Krystal 
Yearwood 



Find out who your senator is... 

The senate is divided into resi- 
dential districts; 5 representa- 
tives from Edwards, Peterson, 
Carter, Wade, and Off-campus 



Purpose:To provide information 
to students in order to help pre- 
pare them for medical school. ^^ 

Sponsor: Dr. Londa Schmidt 
President: Niyrai-Daun Bradshaw 
Vice-President: Kathleen Lewis 
Secretary: Gabrielle Francois 
Treasurer: Angelique Ellerbee 







Ask iiow you can help get 
things done. 

Get Involved, learn the protocol 
and follow it. If you encounter a 
problem, follow this order: RA, 
Assistant Dean, Dean, Assistant 
Dean of Student Services, Dean 
of Student Services. Although 
this seems lengthy, it empowers 
students and allows them to do 
all they can to help solve prob- 
lems. 

Allow Senate to work. 

There is power in numbers and 
the senators represent the en- 
tire student population. Re- 
member, meetings are open to 
students, (just let the president 
of senate know you want to 
stop by) 



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Marquita Williams and Lindzie Colin 
proudly come bearing NAPS' banner 
promoting a "Peaceful Society." In ad- 
dition to providing for spiritual needs and 
providing basic necessities, such as 
food and clothing, they also promote 



messages that are pertinent to the situ- 
ations they encounter. 



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all... 

The horrific events of September 11th are permanently im- 
planted in the minds of people throughout the world. The event, 
appropriately labelled as a tragedy, struck the hearts of all. 
However, NAPS struck back by inundating New York City with 
love and encouragement, proving that love conquers all. In 
the face of fear, love trumped tragedy. 

NAPS, renowned for arriving to the scene of needs, took 32 
members throughout Manhattan and surrounding areas of the 
city to minister to its residents. Service activities included pass- 
ing out literature to pedestrians and throughout parks and vis- 
iting hospitals and firestations. The purpose of the visit was to 
promote unity and provide encouragement. NAPS presented 
the city with its unconventional, yet effective stylings of hymns 
and patriotic songs played by its marching band. The impact 
of their visit swept the nation through the publicity it received 
in several printed works and televised programs. Once again 
they proved that LOVE CONQUERS ALL. 



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to New York City exhibits this in a public manner. The members 
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Me'chelle Haynes passes out literature on the 
streets of New York in response to the events of 9/ 
11. This is just one of several ways that NAPS 
reaches out to the city of New York. 




Curtesa Arnett tenderly reaches out to a Malagasy child dur- 
ing the Christmas break mission to Madagascar. The mission 
included two evangelistic meetings, a baptism and ministries 
to clothe and feed the residents of the local villages. 



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hngry and to provide the poor wanderer 
ph shelter — when you see the nai<ed, to 
^the him, and not to turn away from your 
|wi flesh and blood? 

I Then your light will break forth like the 
hwn, and your healing will quickly appear; 
then your righteousness will go before you, 
and the glory of the LORD will be your rear 



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Members of NAPS pause from their work on the sunny island of 
Jamaica. During this mission the members host a clinic and pro- 
vide for the people's spiritual needs as well. 




leasha Woods gently nurtures a young child during the 
feeding portion of the mission. NAPS' belief in "hand- 
delivering" their acts of kindness is put into practice on a 
consistent basis. 



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Sara Osi, Rachelle Valcin, Natasha Lambert, and 
Tameka Duncombe work together to shovel sand 
that goes to make morter for bricks. This building 
will provide the villagers with a facility to host their 
worship services and to educate their children. 



Dianna Moseley affectionately offers a shirt to a young Mala- 
Tiana Woolard hands out literature to a New York resi- ga^V boy. The villagers are grateful for NAPS' gestures of kind- 
dent during the aftermath of the 9/1 1 tragedy. ness. 



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from the phonebook and still make you feel the 
presence of the ." (huntsville times, nov. 24, 1997) 



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Aeolians live! The Aeolians sing at a live 
studio performance for the local classical sta- 
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sing with a sense of pride 
in their organization. 




I would say that the well established reputation of the Aeolians as one of the countries premiere choirs 
made accepting this part of my new responsibility seem a bit daunting. 



Do you feel any pressure in your position? 

There is always pressure in any position that requires excellence. However, that can be a good 
thing. Certainly, this position carries with it particular pressures that stem from the world-re- 
nowned reputation and traditions of the Aeolians. So yes, every time I open a piece of music for 
our study, I feel compelled to keep and carry the standards already well established by my prede- 
cessors. However, I also feel compelled to introduce new repertoire that can expand and broaden 
what we traditionally sing. 



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Erika Hollingsworth, Donna 
Williams, and Bonita Hector 
pour out their hearts as they 
participate in Big Spring Jam, 
a music festival hosted by the 
city of Huntsville. 



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Levar Hickerson, Reginald Taylor, and Nevin Wil- 
liams accompany DP with their various instru- 
ments. Their sound gives DP a little bit of flavor. 



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Julia Anderson, Jitaun Massey, Brian Johnson, Jason Anderson, 
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Sharlee Walker rolls her shoulders back 
as part of the relaxation process before 
rehearsal, as Fredra Butler flashes a smile 
over her shoulder. Many VOT members 
find rehearsals to be the highlight of their 
week, where they can find fellowship, 
worship, and music. 

DanJca Chandler, present director of 
VOT, sings along with the choir as she 
directs to provide guidance and direction 
to the wide range of voices. 



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Devonnett Troupe, Kristy LaMar, and Kim Wimberly massage 
one anothers shoulders as part of the pre-rehearsal ritual. This 
time allows members to put away the burdens of the week and 
jive themselves over fully to practice. 



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"O clap your hands, 

all ye people; 
shout unto God with the 

voice of triumph.' 

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Band Members Delano Son, Gibran 
Hunt, and Marlon Hill provide musical 
support and back-up for the choir. Each 
element adds depth to the sound. 




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Purpose: Reach the masses with a creative presenta- 
tion of the gospel 

Leah Caldwell-Sponsor 
Jonathen Scott-President 
Pendeza Green-Vice-President 

Sacoastia Williams-Secretary 
Jamara Pembleton-Treasurer 



Members of Mkono-nia pause for a 
moment of prayer. This is a vital fac- 
tor in ministering to others. 



Purpose: Foster a spiritual influence around campus 
and to everyone encountered and to cultivate a more 
spiritual presence in dramatic works 

Ms. Naomi Barton-Sponsor 

Moses Eli-President 

Rolanda Lister-Vice-President 

Hilari Saunders-Secretary 

Shemell Staples-Treasurer 





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Sam Paschal tails in a moment of despair as Jonathen 
Soott adds salt to his wounds. This play depicts the issue 
ot oood versLis evil. 



Pendeza Green and Marjean Howard experience a mo- 
ment of power as they tower over April Moore. The drama 
ministries allow the members to stretch themselves as ac- 
tors and actresses. 




Purpose: Uplift the name of Jesus Christ through unique 
dramatic presentations in order to spread the gospel 



Keisha Wallace-President 
Jeanen Johnson-Vice-President 
Dafina Morris-Secretary 
Marnell Niles-Treasurer 
Marc Felton-Social Vice 



Richard Hardin-Asst Treasurer 
Leslie Nonwood-Public Relations 
Donald Roles-Chaplain 
Lanair Walker-Asst Chaplain 
Ronald Walbook-Parlimentarian 



Purpose: Seek the lost and reach the community through 
drama and community service 

Camille Cochran-President 
John Hall-Vice-President 

Quenester Thompson-Secretary 
Richard Hardin-Treasurer 
Donald Rolle-Chaplain 



Niyrai-Duan Bradshaw- 

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Andrew Reeves-lmhotep Editor 
Erica Reeves-Community Service 
Alicia Shelly-Public Relations 





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church, community and student body 

...to evangelize and display the love of 
Christ in a dying world 

...to bring unity and empowerment to the 
campus 

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Is it true that you are the first 
female president of the forum? 

That is what they tell me, that I made history at 
Oakwood College. But I say that God used me 
to make history-to make a change. 

How does your organization receive 
you? 

Some do and some don't, but I have to say that 
the majority do now, after leading the forum, with 
God's help, during the fall semester. I am cer- 
tainly on a mission for Jesus Christ and I will al- 
ways do His work with zeal. I now get a lot of 
respect from my colleagues. 




William Lee-Secretary, Earl 

Jones, Andrew Campbell, 
Dejaun Knight, Edison 
Lightbourne, Leighcraft Shakes, 
Bryant Smith, Denry White, Lin- 
coln Smith, Joyce Rickman- 
President, Ricardo Daphnis 



Ricardo Daphnis belts out a song of praise 
at the forum meeting. The Forum's theme 
is "Christ our Unity." 

Erin Reid, a member of the Religion Depart- 
ment faculty, contributes to the service o nek 
Friday evening. 



Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Blue give helpful 
insight at the pastors' wives panel dis- 
cussion. At this meeting they share 
their experiences and advice for future 
pastors' wives. 



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pROc^uCes eNOuRaNCe^ aN5 eNOuRaNCe pRo5uce5 cnaRacteR. aNc) CnaRacteR 
pRot)uCes Hope. 

RomaNS 5:3,4 



This past semester certainly turned out to be one of the most tryinc; and char- 
acter BUILDINC; SEMESTERS OF MY LIFE. I NEVER TII()ll(;iIT FIIAT I WOULD FIND MYSELF IN THIS POSITK)N, AND ONCE I DID, I DIDN't REALIZE 

THE (;RA\rrv oftiie poslfion or ihf dedication tiia'f would be reouired of me. H()\\e\er, fhe Lord has a way of puttin(; us in . 

SITUATIONS WE DIDN't THINK W F Ct)ULD HANDLE AND THEN TEACHING US SO MUCH ABOU'F OURSELVES. 

First, I would like to thank (ioD for iielpinc; me endure until the end. I know that it was only through His mercy that I 

SUR\ I\ ED, AND I THANK I IlM FOR IIlS (;OODNESS 'FHOU(;n I DIDn'i DESERVE IF. ThANK YOU Ms. HyMAN FOR HELPING US SO MUCH AND FOR 
REMINDING ME TH/VF I DIDN'i IIA\E K) DO II ALONE. CoNIINUE TO HAVE FAITH IN YOUNG PEOPLE. TlIANK YOU Mr. CLEVELAND FOR 

PKooFiNc; pa(;es and always mana(;in(; to find fhe find the pictures we needed. Thank you Ms. Allen for all of your support. 
Thank vou Tiffany for all ( )f \oin< lonodisfance ad\ice and counsel. Your constant support has helped push me alonc; when 
I iii()U(;ht I couldn't go any furfher. Thank you to fhe I ISM officers who helped and supporfed this publication. To my 
section edm'ors: Akua, Akosua, Rhianna, Rachel, Jennifer, Shanfil, Dorhfl, Klayna, Adaira, and Candace, thank you for all 

FIIE HARD work AND SACRIFICED SLEEP. AdaIRA, RaCIIEL, AND SlIANTIL, WmiOUT YOU THREE I WOULD HAVE LOST MY MIND. TrULY, He 
KNOWS OUR NEEDS BEFORE WE FA'EN ASK, AND I PRAISE GoD THAI' He PLACED YOU HERE BEFORE I KNEW HOW MUCH I WOULD COME TO 
DEPEND ON YOU. KnOW FHAF I TAKE NONE OF FHE CREDIT FOR IIIIS BOOK ALONE; THIS BOOK WAS THE COOPERATI\'E EFFORT OF A FEW 
PEOPLE. To MY FRIENDS WHO WERE 11 1 EKE I'll ROUGH I'llE JO'iS AND I'HE FEARS, TFIANK YOU. To TWO OF THE BEST FRIENDS ANYONE COULD 

ASK FOR, Lilly and Mk iiklle, fhank you for llsteninc; to me complain, thank you for being ready to do whatfaer I asked, and 

IllANK YOU FOR IIELPINC; ME ALONC; IIIE W A^ . TlIANK YOU KlA'IN FOR COMING TO CHECK ON ME, EVEN AFl'ER YOU REFEREED GAMES ALL 

affernoon. This book would not fxisi w rmour you. You are my unofficial phofocjrapher/caption writer/name finder/any- 

TIllNC; ELSE YOU NEED DONE PERSON. '1'haNK YOU FO MeLVYN FOR STAYING HERE WI 1 H ME SO I W OULDn" 1 BE HERE BY MYSELF IN THE OFFICE, 
THANK VOU FOR MAKINf; FHE OFFICE YOUR NEW ROOM, AND THANK YOU FOR TRYINC; FO HELP ME SEE THAT YOU CAN'f DO 11 ALONE. ThoU(;H 
YOU MAY NOT FHINK 11, I WAS ALWAYS IISIENINC; TO ^OUR ADX'ICE AND Ct)UNSEL. 1\) ANYONE ELSE THAT I MAY IIA\'E F0R(;01"FEN, PLEASE 
F()R(;iVE me; if was a mistake of the MIND AND NOT THE IIEARF. 



I HOPE FIIA r AI 1, W no COME IN CONl AC'F WTI II I HIS BOOK W ILL SEE A I RUE REFLECTION OF OaKWOOD, WILL BE BLESSED BY THE CONTENTS, 
AND WILL REMl.MBLK IDA F FI HA' ARE MoRE TllAN CoNgUEKORS. 

Sincerely, 

DiANNA BeRNICE MoSELEY 

Acorn 2002 Ldifor 



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Fatihah Abdur-Rahman 1 344 Chanticleer Dr. Cherry Hill NJ 08003 

Alana Ackerman 222 North Hiawas.see Rd. Orlando FL 32835 

Evelyn Adam.s 1 8 1 Marshall Terrace Danville VA 24541 

Jeryl Adams 617 E. 22nd St. Wilmington DE 19802 

Latanya Adams 5587 Oakwood Rd. Unit H Huntsville AL 35806 

Sarah Adams 1 8 1 Marshall Terrace Danville VA 24541 

Daniel Adolphe 1 24 N.W. 5th Ave. Hallandale FL 33009 

Fanny Agbanyim 1612 Spottsworth Way Silver Spring MD 20905 

Anthony Albury 2 1 8 S.w. 14th Ave. Boynton Beach FL 33435 

Keith Albury 70 Hampshire St. P.o. Box 356 Nassau Bahamas 

Saron Alemayehu P.o. Box 3329 Addis Ababa Ethiopia, North Africa 

Elton Alexander 202 Water's Edge Lane Madison AL 35758 

Kelly Alexander 14609 Antiqua Ct. Biloxi MS 39532 

Lance Alexander Ro. Box 396 Bangor C A 959 1 4 

Melissa Alexander Ro. Box 166 Stake Bay Cayman Brae Cayman Islands 

Pauline Alexander P.o. Box 166. Stake Bay Cayman Brae Cayman Islands 

Gian Alexis 256 Old Kensico Rd. While Plains NY 10607 

Jennifer Alford 25899 Brick Rd. South Bend IN 46628 

Blaine Allen 1 347 Edenrose St. Mississauga Ontario L5 V- 1 K2 CN 

Carlene Allen 1503 Sparkman Dr. 15-B Huntsville AL 35816 

Christopher Allen 470 Hunter's Cove Ct. Lawrenceville GA 30044 

Lloyd Allen 4917 Cotton Row Apt. D Huntsville AL 35816 

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KeishaAlleyne 40 1 5 Cedar Gate Rd Huntsville AL 35810 

Marx Alleyne 2528 Wekiva Walkway Apopka FL 32703 

Talitha Allsop 609 Maple St. Reading PA 19602 

Amanda Ambrose 1969 Addison Rd., S. District Heights MD 20747 

Samantha Amede 10-117 Livionia PI. Scarborough Ontario M 1E4W6 CN 

Cameron Anderson 5081 Rosecrest Dr. Pittsburgh PA 35896 

Christine Anderson 5806 Bonna Ave. Cleveland OH 44 1 03 

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Jeremy Anderson 1013 Sherwood Dr. Burlington NC 27215 

Julia Anderson 5210 Kermit St. Flint MI 48505 

Kimberly Anderson 25 Woodsedge Dr. Ashville NC 28803 

Matthew Anderson FO.Box 5404 Huntsville AL 35814 

Nathan Anderson 4403 Knott St. Beltsville MD 20705 

Sheneeka Anderson 2601 Rosehill Dr. Huntsville AL 35810 

David Andre 1 175 Walton Ave. Bronx NY 10452 

Yaffa Andre' 1 90 1 3 Ford Rd. Pitt Meadows British Columbia V3 Y2HB CN 

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Tenera Armbrister Po. Box Gt-2052 Malcolm Rd. Est. Nassau Bahamas 

Curtesa Arnetl 1911 Ave. O Ft. Pierce FL 34950 

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Monalisa Bain P.o. Box Ss-5026 Nassau Bahamas 

Jonathan Baker 140 Taurus Dr. Harvest AL 35749 

Maisha Baker 300 Long Shoals Rd. #8-s Arden NC 28704 

Nea Baker 4462 Murietta Ave Apt- 1 9 Sherman Oaks C A 9 1 473 

Nechelle Baker 4462 Murietta Ave., #19 Sherman Oaks CA 91423 

Sonya Baker 3 1 28 Keswick Rd. Shaker Heights OH 44120 

Valena Baker 1 250 Draper Rd. Talladega AL 35 160 

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Kevin Banfield 40 Sweet Oak Ct. Brampton Ontario L6Y354 CN 

Danielle Banks 751 St. Marks Ave. #e21 Brooklyn NY 11216 

Keith Banks 1 347 22nd St. Newport News VA 23607 

Lisa Banks 1415 New England Dr. Roseville CA 95661 

Imrhan Bannis 200 Towne View PI. Athens GA 30605 

Aleena Banton 2 Neville Crescent Brampton Ontario L6S4Z6 CN 

Gloria Barber 2111 Freeridge Ln. Palm Bay FL 32905 

Annette Barker 2 10-g Royal Pines Dr. Huntsville AL 35086 

Leticia Barksdale 4632 W. 1 8th St. Los Angelos CA 90019 

Kevin Barnease 2144 Rue Racine New Orleans LA 70072 

Anthony Barnes 5603 Hamilton St. Hyattsville MD 20781 

Kay Barnes 146-28 Guy R. Brewer Blvd Rosedale NY 1 1434 

Morris Barnes Ro. Box 43 1 1 63 Los Angeles C A 90043 

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Jilian Baxter 3605 Portsmouth Cir. Lithonia GA 30038 

Kean Baxter 226 Vine St. Harrisburg PA 17104 

Samuel Beale 84 1 9 Laurel Trails Houston TX 77095 

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Sharlene Benjamin 203 1 2 Nw 1 5th Ave. Miami FL 33 1 69 

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Michael Brady 3056 S. Chicago St. Seattle WA 98 1 08 

Joseph Branch 5014 Oakwood Rd.. #20 Huntsville AL 35896 

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Tabari Brannon 1 19 E. Eden Fresno CA 93706 

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Carl Brewer 130 New St. Bridgeton NJ 08302 

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Thomas Burton 801 Kay Ct. #102 Laurel MD 20707 

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Fredra Butler 1064 W. Williams Banning CA 92220 

Jamelia Butler 104 Sunstone Terrace Huntsville AL 35806 

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Richard Cameron 1200 Julia St., #12 Huntsville AL 35816 

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Jonathan Cantrell 45225 Dunn Belleville MI 48 1 1 1 

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Morris Carlyle 6470 Oakthorpe Rd. Ne Thornville OH 43076 

Darcy Carmen 3680 Woodcutter Ln. Columbus OH 43224 

Tara Carmen 3680 Woodcutter Ln. Columbus OH 43224 

Juanna Carmichael 986 East 38 St. Brooklyn NY 11210 

Adriel Carr 106 Stone Meadow Ln. MadLson AL 35758 

Tessa Carrera 3507 Mona Lee Ln. Houston TX 77080 

Durand Carrington 691 Julia St. Apt. 4 Huntsville AL 35816 

Tessa Carrera 3507 Mona Lee Ln. Houston TX 77080 

Durand Carrington 691 Julia St. Apt. 4 Huntsville AL 35816 

Haniffe Carrington 220 Cardinal Rd. Ringgold GA 30736 

Kevin Carrington 5982 Fairfield Estates Dr. Lithonia GA 30058 

Andrea Carter 2005 Lown Farm Ln. Lithonia GA 30058 

Christopher Carter 900 Frost Hollow Dr. Desoto TX 75 1 1 5 

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Tara Carter 610 Cliff Dr. Madison AL 35758 
Tiffany Carter 8903 Hambershani Dr Jonesboro GA 30228 
Carlynn Cartier 3851 Oakes Dr. Hay ward CA 94542 
Latonya Casmer 101 Little Fawn Trail Toney AL 35773 
David Cassimy 33 Cohill Rd. Valley Stream NY 11 580 
Lavona Cassimy 33 Cohill Rd. Valley Stream NY II 580 
Jennifer Caudle 1 349 Stratford Ave. Nashville TN 372 1 6 
Anthony Cavins 2713 Garvin Rd. Huntsville AL 35810 
Tyisha Cephas 400 35th St. West Palm Beach FL 33407 
Johnson Cesar 348 Maple St. Apt 6b Brooklyn NY 1 1 225 
Nicole Chambliss 6663 Celestine St. Hiiber Heights OH 45424 
Karine Champagne 3260 E. Atlantic Dr. Boynton Beach FL 33435 
Anthony Chandler 3008 Fox Hill Circle. Apt. 204 Apopka FL 32703 
Danica Chandler 12 Deerford Rd., Apt. 708 Willowda Ontario M2J3J2 CN 
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Frantz Charles 48 Andrews St. Medford MA 02 1 55 
Krista Charles 22 Englewood Ave. West Hartford CT 06 1 1 
Martial Charles 53 Maverick St. Dedham MA 02026 
Hope Chase 109 Stowell St. Hazlehurst MS 39083 
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Qurentia Chester 2045 Countydown Ln. Stone Mountain GA 30088 
Andrea Chetram 86 1 9 Lucerne Rd. Randallstown MD 2 1 1 33 
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Michael Chiles 1 North Brookwood Dr. Montclair NJ 07042 
Andrew Christopher 1 7806 Pebblewood Ln. Hazel Crest IL 60429 
Brunelle Cinous 1505 Sparkman Dr. #185 Huntsville AL 35816 
Tiffani Claiborne 1 2208 Mccullagh Ct. Upper Marlboro MD 20772 
Elta Clairvil 820 Nw 48th Terrace Plantation FL 333 1 7 
Adrienne Clansy 5235 Hallmark St. Riverside CA 92505 
Priscilla Clark 6230 Rime Village Dr.. Apt. 103 Huntsville AL 35806 
Victor Clark 6819 Flame St. Orlando FL 32807 
Annette Clarke Oakwood College Huntsville AL 35896 
Gwendolyn Clarke 3203 Moorewood Dr. Nashville TN 37207 
Marvin Clarke 1408 Torrance Woods Brampton Ontario L6Y 4L3 CN 
Michele Clarke 4980 Lake Rd. Dollard-des-ormeau Quebec H9G IG8 CN 
Naomi Clarke 195 Washington PI. Teaneck NJ 07666 
Yannique Clarke 3920 Woodside Dr. #10 Coral Springs FL 33065 
Darien Claxton 7 1 5 Cox Ave. Hyattsville MD 20783 
Jamar Clayton 703 1 Colton Blvd. Oakland C A 946 1 1 
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Paul Cleveland 5209 Goldmar Dr. Birmingham AL 352 1 
Kerry Clisby 40 Wood St. Sylacauga AL 35 1 50 
Tyrice Clisby 40 Wood St. Sylacauga AL 35 1 50 
Camille Cochran Oakwood College Huntsville AL 35896 
Cheryl Cochran Po. Box 30044 Huntsville AL 35896 
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Letitia Cochran 2865 Lakeland Dr. Berrien Springs Ml 49103 
Robert Cochran 2865 Lake Land Dr. Berrien Springs MI 49103 
Darla Cockfield 1210 Willowbrook Dr. Apartment Huntsville AL 35802 
Christopher Coleman 3141-6 Butrid Hwy Atlanta GA 30329 
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Sherron Colgram 1 1 Forest Park Ave. Springfield MA 1 1 08 
Johanne Colin 20 East 1 8 St. Apt. C 1 1 Brooklyn NY 1 1 226 
Lind/ie Colin 75 Woolsey Ave. Glen Cove NY 1 1 542 
Jordan Collier 1870 Morris Ave.. #4 Bronx NY 10453 
Nathan Collins 109 Wigmore Dr Toronto Ontario M4A2G1 CN 
Naomi Cooke 587 E. 53rd St. Brooklyn NY 1 1203 
Antonnine Cooper 266 Ironwood Dr. West Carrolton OH 45449 
Donald Cooper Po. Box 190452 Lauderdale Lakes FL 333 19 
Krista Cooper 20 Chatham St. Hartford CT 06 1 1 2 
Javan Cornelius 1505 15th Ave. South Seattle WA 98144 
Jerome Cornwall 1408 Brooklyn Ave., Apt-2e Brooklyn NY 11210 
Shane Corrodus 255 Postwood Ct. Madison AL 85758 
LeeCort 3010 Woodway Dr., #12 Huntsville AL 35806 
Deana Cossa 1028 Southern Oak Ln. Apopka FL 32712 
Donna Cossa 1028 Southern Oak Ln. Apopka FL 327 1 2 
Sunquine Cousins 1 150 Fountain Dr. Sw Atlanta GA 303 14 
Karin Cox 324 Rolling Oaks Ridge Cedarhill TX 75 104 
Anthea Craig 4516 C Bonnell Dr. Huntsville AL 35816 
Jason Craig 2407 Greeley Place Landover MD 20785 
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Edward Crider Mpo Box 0276 277 North Main Oberlin OH 44074 

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Alicia Cummings 7502 Lakwood Dr. Roanoke IN 46783 

Chappelle Cummings 2901 Baron Dr. Garland TX 75040 

Darien Curry 14333 Marlborough Ln. Upper Marlboro MD 20772 

Matthew Curry 3701 Paxmore Ct. Upper Marlboro MD 20772 

Yolenne Gush 1028 Councill St. Huntsville Al 35816 

Jennell Cyril 33-b Race St. Charleston SC 29403 

Sophya Cyrus 6136 Karen Davie Dr. Huntsville AL 35806 




Tracey Dammar 22210 Strafford Oak Park MI 48237 

Darrel Daniel C. U. C. Maracas, St. Port Of Spain Trinidad and Tobago 

Dan Daniels 240 1 Annalee St. Louis MO 63 1 1 9 

Danielle Daniels 8012 Riviera Ct. Fontana CA 92336 

Diona Daniels 8683 Oriole St. Louis MO 63 147 

Eric Daniels 742 1 Red Clover Way Highland CA 92346 

Rory Daniels 14204 Rutherford Rd. Upper Marlboro MD 20774 

Roy Daniels 2220 Dogwood Ln. Huntsville AL 35810 

Ivan Daphnis 320 Nw 200th St. Miami FL 33169 

Ricardo Daphnis 1 320 N. w. 200 St. Miami FL 33 1 69 

Reginald Darby 1 20 Beach 1 9th St. Apt-24c Far Rockaway NY 1 1 69 1 

Danielle Darrett 1 1467 Green Valley Terrace Pacoima CA91331 

Agena Davenport 10680 BuiceRd Alpharetta GA 30022 

Robert David 50 1 4 Oakwood Rd., Apt. 6 Huntsville AL 35896 

Chelauna Davidson 552 Ward Rd. Ellenwood GA 30294 

Akeem Davis 2635 Sedgwick Ave, #4a Bronx NY 10468 

Amanda Davis 3784 University Dr., Apt. 827 Huntsville AL 35816 

Angelita Davis 9430 Channing Cr. Apt- 1701 Tampa FL 33617 

Danielle Davis 209 Eagles Crest Ct. McDonough GA 30253 

Don Davis 3714 Fox Trail Circle. Nw Huntsville AL 35810 

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Felicia Davis 9430 Channing Corner, Apt- 1 701 Tampa FL 33617 

James Davis 16 Horseshoe Dr. Douglassville PA 19518 

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Jason Davis 3347 Bethel Chapel Rd. Loris SC 29569 

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Justin Davis 5847 W. Outer Dr. Detroit MI 48208 

Kara Davis 5819 Ethelbert Ave. Baltimore MD 21215 

Laila Davis 827 Baltimore- Annapolis Blvd Linthicum MD 21090 

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Willie Davis 1 1 38 W Berkeley Ct. Ontario C A 9 1 762 

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Gail Dawkins 421 1 Nw 44th St. Lauderdale Lakes FL 33319 

Melissa Dawson 20806 Pebble Ln. Lenexa KS 66220 

Sekenah Daye 4908 Cotton Row #b Huntsville AL 358 1 6 

Andrea Dean 1 17 N. Delaware B San Mateo CA 94401 

Deshaun Decoux 3 1 32 Sweet Gum Dr. Harvey LA 70058 

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Lynn Delva 2223 Chestnut Hills Dr. Lakeland FL 33805 

Shalleen-kay Denham 223 Meredith Ln. West Hempstead NY 1 1552 

Alton Dennis 1943 Mcdaniel Evanston IL 60201 

Jennifer Dennis 5155 Broken Arrow Dr.. N Jacksonville FL 32244 

Darion Deschamps 6919 Panola Rd. Pinewood SC 29125 

Thamar Desilier 6737 Steeplechase Dr. Huntsville AL 35806 

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Petra Dot.son 45 10 Mastin Lake Rd. Huntsville AL 35810 

Andrew Dottin 5014 Oakwood Rd.. NW Huntsville AL 35896 

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Howard Duncan 5014 Oakwood Rd.. Apt. 24 Huntsville AL 35896 

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Tanya Dunkley 15 Blacker St. Brentwood NY 11717 

Rodney Dunlap 3720 Creekland Ct. Nashville TN 372 1 8 

Margaret Dunn 2490 W. Russ Rd. Avon Park FL 33825 

Amber Dunson 19002 Harlan Ave Carson C A 90746 

Michelle Durant 168-18 144th Ave Jamacia NY 11434 

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Jordan Earle 1614 S. Houston School Rd. Lancaster TX 75146 

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Raginee Edwards 3776 Landgraf Cove Decatur GA 30034 

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Warren Edwards 376 Berkeley Rd. Orange NJ 07050 

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Tiashieka Engram 351()CableSt. Huntsville AL 35810 

Jenelle Ernest 1 50 Bamburgh Cirle #25 Scarborough Ontario M 1 W3 V7 

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Kirestin Esters 1505 Sparkman Dr., #185 Huntsville AL 35816 

Sharna Ettinoffe 5 Woodsend Run Brampton Ontario L6Y4G8 CN 

Lindsay Evans 381 Indian Lake Rd. Hendersonville TN 37075 

Ryan Evans 409 North Ridge St. Danville VA 24541 

Tannysha Evans 6225 Rime Village Dr., 208 Huntsville AL 35806 

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Reuel Field 121 N. 15 St. Bloomfield NJ 07003 
Russell Fields 1 16 Sugarbluff Ln. Madison AL 35757 
Viviane Filias 4733 N.w 192nd St. Miami FL 33055 
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Nicole Fleary 1 25 East 49th St. Brooklyn NY 1 1 203 
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Georges Fleurimond 1 3730 Sw 1 1 2th Ct. Miami FL 33 1 76 
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Schari Flowers 676 West Mariposa St. Altadena CA 91001 
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Mary Fogg 94 Blue Springs Dr. Athens AL 35611 
Akeem Fonseca 77 Locust Hill Ave., Apt. 222 Yonkers NY 10701 
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Nicol Ford 5452 Roche Ct. Columbus OH 43229 
Shari Ford 339 Carter Gin Rd. Toney AL 35773 
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Wade Forde 10589 Poplar St. Loma Linda CA 92354 
Orlando Fordyce 763 Barbey St. Brooklyn NY 1 1207 
Priscilla Foreman Nesbit 400-b Dallas Ave Nw Huntsville AL 35801 
Dionne Forrester 142 Ward St. Orange NJ 07050 
Jacqueline Foster 217 N. Lexington Parkway Deforest WI 53925 
Jarrod Foster 4930 Cotton Row, C Huntsville AL 3581 6 
Karen Foster 87 1 8 N.e. 29th Ave Vancouver WA 98665 
Stephen Foster 661 1 Willow Springs Blvd Huntsville AL 35806 
Danita Fowler 3706 Mcewen Dr. Huntsville AL 35810 
Jonathan Fowler 1463 E. 66th PI. Chicago IL 60637 
Sachoy Fowler 7174 Nw 49th St. Launderhill FL 33319 
Camille Francis 25 Estate Sion Farm St. Croix Christiansted 00851 US VI 
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Nicole Franklin 19847 E. 58th St. Aurora CO 80019 
Katrina Frazier 3305 Kapral Way Bakersfield CA 93309 
Shelea Frazier 201 El Paso St. Bakersfield CA 93312 
Jerome Frederick 920-7e Co-op City Blvd. Bronx NY 10475 
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Erin Fryson 1 25 Vintage Trail McDonough GA 30253 
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Sean Gage 1102 Tyler Rd. HuntsviUe AL 35816 
Ryan Gaines 4305 Audubon Detroit MI 48224 
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Charles Gardner 65 1 1 N. Kings Highway Texarkana TX 75503 
Keith Gardner 4589 Lisa Ln. Berrien Springs MI 49103 
Leon Gardner 29042 Copperhead Ln. Elkniont AL 35620 
Tiffany Garnett 6503 Woods Ln. Apt. C HuntsviUe AL 35806 
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Kerrianne Golding 1454 Stoneleigh Cir. Stone Mountain GA 30088 
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Mark Golson 4806 Coltsfoot Rd. Greensboro NC 27455 
Lauren Gomes 480 Americana Blvd. Ne Palm Bay FL 32907 
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Zaira Grant 691 Kathy Ln., Apt-b Margate FL 33068 
Tiah Graves 109 Highway 533 Laurel MS 39443 
Jennifer Gray 9875 Wildberry Ln. Berrien Springs MI 49103 
Liana Gray 6 1 5 Glenmore Ave Brooklyn NY 1 1 207 
Patricia Gray 1 1 16 Clubview Rd. HuntsviUe AL 35816 
Lakeila Greaves 6 Scenic Ln. Southampton SN04 BM 
Adrian Green 466 Cir. Dr. Greenville NC 27858 
Deshaunda Green 980 Cramer Ct. Baldwin NY 1 1 550 
Errol Green 40 Parkwood St. Springfield MA 01 108 
Jacquelyn Green 943 County Rd. 150 Marbury AL 3605 1 
Laura Green 3409-a Glen Park HuntsviUe AL 35810 
Pendeza Green 153 Brightwood Ave.apt. A Chula Vista CA 91910 
Donna Greene 5860 Grand Canyon Dr. Orlando FL 328 10 
Melainie Gregory 622 Van Ct.landt Park Ave Apt. Yonkers NY 10705 
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Sharhonda Griffin 1 1 965 Davis St. Moreno Valley CA 92557 
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Jemaul Griffith 1482 St. John's PL, Apt-2c Brooklyn NY 1 1 2 1 3 
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Matoaca Hardy-Martin 146 Longhill St. Springfield MA 01 108 

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Eleanor Innocent 2039 Bent Pine Ct. Jacksonville FL 32246 

Marklrby 2140 South 17th St. Springfield IL 62703 

Kisha Irvins 2552 Victoria Meadows Dr. Alpine CA 91901 

Evens Israel 5014 Oakwood Rd.. #12 Huntsville AL 35896 

Amanda Jackson 3080 Hogan Rd Atlanta GA 3033 1 

Brian Jackson 8109 New Riggs Rd. Adelphi MD 20783 

Danyielle Jackson 12LoneyCir. Greensboro NC 27406 

Eric Jackson 2722 Tremont Cir. Roanoke VA 240 1 7 

Jermaine Jackson 13209 Matador Dr. St. Louis MO 63141 

Jonae Jackson 1601 Roberts Dr. Mableton GA 30126 

Latoya Jackson 420 Southland Dr. Fayetteville NC 283 1 1 

Marquis Jackson 553 Maple Ave. Cincinnatti OH 45229 

Robert Jackson 3636 N. Crestview Dr., #10 Huntsville AL 35805 

Shannon Jackson 339 Carters Gin Rd. Toney AL 35773 

Stea'van Jackson 3021 Autumn Wood Dr. Huntsville AL 35816 

Vintonya Jackson 6418 Marsh Ave. Huntsville AL 35806 

Jamill Jacob 2403 Esther Ave Huntsville AL 35810 

Jessica Jacob 2403 Esther Ave Huntsville AL 35810 

Sonya Jacobs 2261 Nw 178th St. Miami FL 33056 

Patrick Jacques 1 4 Seggar Ave Ajax Ontario L 1 T4C9 CN 

Diana James 152 N. Elliot Walk, Apt-3a Brooklyn NY 11205 

Fiona James 66 Clementine Square Toronto Ontario M1G2V7 CN 

Henry James 5373 Woodridge Ct. Alta Loma CA 9 1 737 

Keith James 3 1 87 Leeland Rd. Decatur GA 30032 

Kimberly James 173-73 Croydon Rd. Jamaica NY 1 1432 

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Oren James Po. Box 10624 St. Thomas VI 00801 US VI 

Tanish James 233 Robert Hicks Dr. Toronto Ontario M2R3R3 CN 

Tiffany James 3208 Ford St. South Bend IN 46619 

Tammoi Jarrett 14 Happydale Rd. Devonshire HM 18 BM 

Myriam Jean 247 Garden St. Westbury NY 1 1590 

Luckson Jean-Francois 23 Howes St., Apt. 1 Dorchester MA 02 1 24 

Miriam Jean-Leon 5607 Hollow Oak Rd. Orlando FL 32808 

Nathalie Jean-Philippe 23 1 5 1 8th St. South St. Petersburg FL 337 1 2 

Kevin Jefferson 6416 0moRd. Richmond VA 23234 

Tia Jeffery 9121 Helaine Hamlet Way Columbia MD 21045 

Wendell Jeffrey 1508 Medland Rd., NW, Apt. C Huntsville AL 35816 

Deondria Jeffries 2 Berry Ave. Newnan GA 30263 

Christina Jemine 569 Empire Blvd. Brooklyn NY 1 1225 

D'juan Jenkins 12088 Auburn Detroit MI 48228 

Joanne Jennett 2709 Trailridge Rd. Huntsville AL 358 1 

Janelle Jessup 906 Kings Ct. Duncanville TX 75 1 37 

Babalola Jinadu 2508 Dover Hill Bakersfield CA 933 1 1 

Synanda Jobson 2010 Nw 86th St. Miami FL 33147 

Esther Jocelyn 600 Robert E. Lee Pkwy Jonesboro GA 30238 

Jacques Jocelyn 600 Robert E. Lee Pky Jonesboro GA 30238 

Rose-nadelle Jocelyn 600 Robert E. Lee Pkwy Jonesboro GA 30238 

Kent John Po. Box 982 Carver MA 02330 

Dalila John-lewis 3500 Nw 83rd St. Miami FL 33147 

Rashida John-lewis 3500 N. w. 83 St. Miami FL 33 1 47 

Alisha Johnson 201 Water Hill Rd.. F- 16 Huntsville AL 35810 

Attalie Johnson 729 Sherwood Rd. Fairfeild AL 35064 

Brian Johnson 6904 Vallery St. Riverdale MD 20737 

Cory Johnson 6904 Vallery St. Riverdale MD 20737 

Damien Johnson 55 Executive Dr., Apt. 103 Huntsville AL 35816 

Deon Johnson 1220 Kenmore Plain Nashville TN 37216 



Eugene Johnson 632 Curtis Rd. Burleson TX 76025 

Gemycah Johnson 55 10 Jackson Kansas City MO 641 30 

Gerald Johnson 10206 Ostend Ave Cleveland OH 44108 

Jason John.son 1905 Woodland Ave Modesto C A 95358 

Jcnean Johnson 3524 Rippling Way Laurel MD 20724 

Jerahmeel Johnson 29 1 8 Sunset Rd. Texarkana TX 75503 

Joseph Johnson 3919 Neptune Dr. Huntsville AL 35810 

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Lorna Johnson 576 Eastern Parkway Apt-5a Brooklyn NY 1 1 225 

Mackel Johnson 3430 Nw 176 St. Miami FL 33056 

Marlon Johnson 7032 Canton Ave. St. Louis MO 63 1 30 

Robert Johnson 29 1 8 Sunset Rd. Texarkana TX 75503 

Rodriguez Johnson 918 Sunset Rd. Texarkana TX 75503 

Rommel Johnson 60-26 Smith Bay St. Thomas 00802 US VI 

Samuel Johnson 977 Haller Ave Dayton OH 45408 

Tiffany Johnson 4518 Bonnell Dr., Apt. J Huntsville AL 35816 

Derrick Johnston 34 Smitts Ave Warwick WK07 BM 

Adrianne Jones 76 Azalea Dr. Columbus MS 39705 

Amanda Jones 76 Azalea Dr. Columbus MS 39705 

Ann Jones 1 3 1 Waterbury Dr. Harvest AL 35749 

Ayesha Jones 1246 Schenectady Ave Brooklyn NY 11203 

Earl Jones 1251 Kathleen Rd. Cantonment FL 32533 

Jessica Jones 1 3 1 Waterbury Dr. Harvest AL 35749 

Kennube Jones 8406 Lucerne Rd. Randallstown MD 2 1 1 33 

Kimberlee Jones Po. Box 469 St. Thomas 00802 US VI 

Lewis Jones 131 Waterbury Dr. Harvest AL 35749 

Lori-ann Jones 129 Glenabbey Dr. Ct.ice Ontario LI E2B7 CN 

Melanie Jones 909 Bridgette St. Fayetteville NC 283 1 4 

Norman Jones 2692 Harrison St. Gary IN 46407 

Paul Jones 214WarfeCt. Huntsville AL 35810 

Ronald Jones 1500 Sparkman Dr., Apt. 26f Huntsville AL 35816 

Tanica Jones Po. Box 38114 St. Louis MO 63138 

Tia Jones 690 Julia St., 2 Huntsville AL 35891 

Veronica Jones 1200 Raydale Ct. Hyattsville MD 20783 

Victoria Jones 3402a Venona Ave Huntsville AL 35810 

Ernie Jordan 1 3436 Sw 1 76 St, Miami FL 33 1 77 

Sheldon Jordan 62 1 3 Rime Village Dr., 204 Huntsville AL 35806 

Aukea Joseph Sutherlands Development House 99 St. John's Algeria 

Janique Joseph 238 Annas Retreat St. Thomas 00801 US VI 

Lucson Joseph 3800 Squaw Valley Dr., Apt. 1 1 f Huntsville AL 35805 

Niyiere Joseph 417 Julia St., 108 Huntsville AL 35816 

BrandiJouett 105 High Meadow PI Goose Creek SC 29445 

Gina Julceus 291 1 Greenfield Ave Orlando FL 32808 

Kevin Jules 75 1 Bellwood Rd. Hampton VA 23666 

Andresa Julien 18 Scaur Hill Dr. Sandy's MA06 BM 

Charles Julius 262 1 Friddell Cove Memphis TN 38133 

Alicia Jumper 73 Chester St. Winchester MA 01 890 




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Justin Kelly 123 A North Village Dr. Centerville OH 45459 
Tuere' Kemp 27 Woodlawn Terrace Newburgh NY 12550 
Nicole Kensie 6905 Canyon Dr. Capital Heights MD 20743 
Cherie Keogh 999 Nottingham Dr. Corona CA 92880 
Charmaine Kerr 886 Camellia Dr. Royal Palm Beach FL 3341 1 
Mayonica Kewley 194 Vanburen St Brooklyn NY 1 1221 
Lee Kimani 249 Torrey Pines Ct. Vallejo CA 9459 1 
Adrienne King 4823 Brinker Ave. Ogden UT 84403 
Andrew King 52 Madison St. Massapequa NY 1 1758 
Ashley King 8661 Braxted Ln. Manassas VA 201 10 
Hersha King 2990 Main Sail Cove Kissimmee FL 34746 
Melvin King 248 Birchfield Dr. Savannah GA 31405 
Raymond King 321 1 Woodlea Dr. Greensboro NC 27406 
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Terri King 4823 Bnnker Ave Ogden UT 84403 
Sharita Kinley 25 1 8 1 2th St. Sw #e Huntsville AL 35805 
Anthea Knight 38 Esplanade Mount Vernon NY 10553 
Dejuan Knight 9030 Hawley Gibson Rd. Crestwood KY 40014 
Joel Knight 161 Cartmel Dr.Markham Ontario L3S-1W6 CN 
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Michael Laborde 3204 Millbrook Dr. Huntsville AL 358 1 
Michel Labossiere 1 9 N.w. 99 St. Miami FL 33 1 50 
Enjoli Lackey 1 390 Jackson Rd. Norwood GA 30821 
Brian Ladiny 548 East 29th St. Brooklyn NY 1 1210 
James Lamar 2 Jamor Ct. Nesconset NY 1 1 767 
Kristy Lamar 2 Jamor Ct. Nesconset NY 1 1 767 
Michael Lambert 2 Devon Spring Rd. Apt. 2-a Devonshire FLO 1 BM 
Natasha Lambert 1 650 Kent St. Columbus OH 43205 
Crystalle Langhorn 1035 Catalpa Dr. O'lallon IL 62269 
Kenyatta Latham 5432 Helen Detroit Ml 482 1 1 
Claudisson Laurent 124 Nw 5th Ave Hallandale FL 33009 
Eustace Laurie 11065 Kimberly Ave Montclair CA 91763 
Alexis Lawrence 8478 Sw Charlotte Dr. Beaverton OR 97007 
Jeannae Lawrence 12776 Henderson Ln. Madison AL 35756 
Sonita Lawrence 95 Shepard Ave Brooklyn NY 1 1208 
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Erica Lee 5102 Dotal Ave. Whitehall OH 43213 
James Lee 1905 W. 1 37th St. Compton CA 90222 
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Rebecca Lee 563 Bishop Dr. Lexington KY 40505 
Rose Lee 2203 North Paulsen Ave Compton CA 90222 
William Lee 830 Mineral Ave Benton Harbor MI 49022 
Natalie Legall 179 Parkside Dr. Bridgetown Barbados, West Indies 
Taniesha Lehmann 7237 Duben Ave Anchorage AK 99504 
Deidra-ann Leiba 815HendrixSt Brooklyn NY 11207 
Adrian Lemard 132 Gardner St. Arlington MA 02474 
Rachel Lemons 247 S. 17th Ave May wood IL 60153 

Andrea Lennard 10 Humberline Dr. #1205 Elobicoke Ontario M9W6J5 CN 
Pascal Lescoul'lair 511 Charlemagne Ct. Newport News VA 23608 
Shernell Lespier 5139 N.w. 194 Ln. Miami FL 33055 
Stefanie Lester 906 East Cynthia Trail Goodlettsville TN 37072 
CarlettaLevy 120 Kenilworth PL. Apt 5b Brooklyn NY 11210 
Petrina Lewin 3614 Macon PI. Ct. Houston TX 77082 
Alexander Lewis 346 S. 302nd PI. Federal Way WA 98003 
Antwann Lewis 3824 W. Vanburen Chicago IL 60624 
Colleen Lewis 24 Whiteram Close, N.e. Calgary Alberta Tl Y5X8 CN 
Dionne Lewis 95 Indian Creek Rd. #17 Huntsville AL 35806 
Henry Lewis 2409 Saint Clair Rd. Louisville GA 30434 
Kathleen Lewis 1 338 Cedar Ln. Ct. Lynchburg VA 24503 
Kellee Lewis 168-14 127th Ave #9-f Rochdale NY 1 1434 
Lauren Lewis 5595 Sw 28th Ave Ocala FL 34474 
Neil Lewis Po. Box 607 Spring Valley NY 10977 
Prince Lewis 3430 Nw 176th St. Miami FL 33056 
Roo.sevelt Lewis 5600 Silver Star Rd.. #100 Orlando FL 32808 
Tamika Lewis 19 June St. East Hartford CT 061 18 

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Antoniah Lewis-Reese 3824 West Van Buren St. Chicago IL 60624 

Edison Liburd 4160 Bruner Ave Bronx NY 10466 

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Cara Lindo 2043 Burbank Dr Dayton OH 45406 

Olive Lindo 12173 88th PI. N Royal Palm Beach FL 33412 

Joseph Lindsay 2264 Governors Bend Huntsville AL 35801 

Roshelle Lindsay 2264 Govenors Bend Dr. Huntsville AL 35801 

Shane Lindsey 5 Norbrook Cresent Rexdale Ontario M9V-4P7 CN 

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Rolanda Lister PO. Box 1 1 22 Goodlettesville TN 37070 

Ct.ney Lockett 49 1 Park Valley Dr. Atlanta GA 303 1 8 

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Micha Logan 9061 W. Outer Dr. Detroit MI 48219 

Kaarina Lokko 1 3 1 Bullit Cir. Ardmore AL 35739 

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Alicia Malone 476 Canterbury Cir. Forest Park GA 30297 
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Alvin Maragh 1226 Haverhill Rd. Apartment 1 West Palm Beach FL 33417 
Erissia March 302 Morgan Ave. South Fayetteville TN 37334 
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Samone Marshall 972 Charlie Patterson New Market AL 35876 
Jerry Martin 7060 East Renaissance Ct. New Orleans LA 70128 
Latisha Martin 240 Martin Rd. # 405 Huntsville AL 35824 
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, Charles McCray 85 Ml. Zion Rd.. Apl-81 Atlanla GA 30354 
'Kaye McDonald 622 Easl 82nd St. Brooklyn NY 1 1 236 
Juslin McFarland 3912 Slilton Dr. Nashville TN 37207 
Meredith McFarland 3912 Stilton Dr. Nashville TN 37207 
Dianna McFarLn. 1306GabesPl. Landover MD 20785 
Nicole McFarLn. 161 1 1 Sw 104 Ave. Miami FL 33157 
Nathan McGinnis 300 North F St. Pensacola FL 32501 
Tiffany McGinnis 300 North F St. Pensacola FL 32501 
Candace McGoodwin 303 Maple St. C37 Springfeild, MA Oil 05 
Joseph McGowens 5587 Oakwood Rd. Hunlsviile AL 35806 
James McGriff 500 Ripple Ln. Hampton Cove AL 35763 
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Shalondra McKinney 5280 Little Mtn. Dr.#hl0 San Bernadino CA 92407 
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jSheldon McLean 9375 Riverview Redford Ml 48239 
Lainisha McMiller 3743 Nw 207 Dr. Miami FL 33055 
Julie McMillin 600 W 34th Ave Ct. Milan IL 6 1 264 
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JBelina McNeil 14724 54lh Way North Clearwater FL 33760 
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Carl McRoy 5014 Oakwood Rd #7 Hunlsviile AL 35896 
Syreeta McTier 3536 Burton Ave Lynwood CA 90262 
Cory Meade 29 Highland Manor Ct. Indianapolis IN 46228 
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Ernest Medley 305 Northside Dr. Nashville TN 371 15 
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Rodney Menelas 1 88 E. 34th St. Brooklyn NY 1 1 203 
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Ronald Michel 2514 Scenic Dr. Hunlsviile AL 35810 
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I Gregory Minor 8521 Grandhaven Ave Upper Marlboro MD 20772 
Kenneth Minors 6 Mission Heights Paget PG06 BM 
Kim Minors 6 Mission Heights Paget PG06 BM 
Derrick Mitchell 2701 Oakdale Terrace Hunlsviile AL 35810 
Dillon Mitchell 455 Schenectady Ave Apt-6j Brooklyn NY 1 1203 
Henry Mitchell 37 Graeler Dr. St. Louis MO 63146 
Keira Mitchell 859 Shadow Lakes Dr. Lithonia GA 30058 
Tenille Mitchell 1 6 Camp Rd. Massapequa NY 1 1 758 
Christopher Mobley 9 1 5 Sw 1 9th Terrace Gainesville FL 3260 1 
Danacia Mobley 3021 Autumnwood Dr.Apt-d Hunlsviile AL 35806 



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Edhyson Mondesir 57 Ford St., Apt-1 Brockton MA 02301 

Candyce Monroe 921 Beaconcrest Cir. Birmingham AL 35209 

Cara Monroe 921 Beaconcrest Cir. Birmingham AL 35209 

Donald Monroe 3201 Rita Ln. Hunlsviile AL 35810 

Rose Monroe Po. Box 824 Thomasville GA 3 1792 

Brandon Montgomery 300 Sequoyah Dr. Dothan AL 36303 

Brian Montgomery Po. Box 352 Metcalfe MS 37806 

Fredrick Montgomery 6405 Old Madison Pike, #19 Hunlsviile AL 35806 

Shayla Montgomery 300 Seguayah Dr. Dothan AL 36303 

Derod Moody 3476 B & S Rd. Loris SC 29569 

April Moore 2580 Fieldstone Dr. Conyers GA 3001 3 

Britany Moore 406 N. Lasena Ave West Covina CA 9 1 790 

Britney Moore 233 Day Dr. St. Louis MO 631 35 

David Moore 8772 George Ave Berrien Springs MI 49100 

Emily Moore 2807 Highway 20 Ne Conyers G A 30012 

Hadassah Moore 100 Meadowlark Greenwood MS 38930 

Joseph Moore 2000 Jefferson St. Wilmington DE 19802 

Kenneth Moore 1412 Rangewood Blvd Orlando FL 32818 

Kenneth Moore 8043 Rodney St. Philadelphia PA 19150 

Latrice Moore 3732 Avondale St. Louis MO 63 1 2 1 

Shannan Moore 2807 Highway 20. Northeast Conyers G A 30012 

Shayla Moore 25043 Kay Ave Hay ward CA 94545 

Brenda Morelus 88a Bowdoin St. Maiden MA 02 1 48 

Donell Morgan 2003 Drake Ave Panama City Fl 32405 

Simone Morgan 2014 Flagstone Apt. 1607 Madison AL 35758 

Althea Morris 16420 Sw 107 Ave Miami FL 33157 

Dafina Morris 1 1 37 Bergen St., Apt 1 Brooklyn NY 1 1 2 1 6 

Lorraine Morris 20424 Nw 29 PI. Miami FL 33056 

Renee Morris 101 Jones Valley Dr., Sw Hunlsviile AL 35802 

Rodney Morris 101 Jones Valley Dr. Hunlsviile AL 35802 

Sonia Morris 20424 Northwest 29th PI. Opa-locka FL 33056 

Maria Morton 3701 Homestead Ave West Mifflin PA 15122 

Robert Morton 3701 Homestead Ave West Mifflin PA 15122 

Sarah Morton Po. Box 2488 Kingshill St. Croix 00851 US VI 

Dianna Moseley 3517 Mr. Berwick Dr. Apopka FL 32712 

Arnold Moten 156 Gordon Dr. Moullon AL 35650 

Shayla Moten 1336 Draper Rd. Talladega AL 35160 

Jonathan Mullins 201 W. Kenilworth St. New Orleans LA 70124 

Frederick Murphy 4112 Fieldway Rd. Rex GA 30273 

Jennifer Murphy 1 2 1 5 Ellen Ct. Apopka FL 32703 

Lynda Murphy 4112 Fieldway Rd. Rex GA 30273 

Eslie Murraine 1172 St. Marks Ave. Brooklyn NY 1 1213 

Diane Murray 1131 Carding Mill PI. Mississauga Ontario L5W1C4 CN 

Meredith Murray 3354 Monaco Pkwy. Denver CO 80207 

Kourtney Musson 1201 Kra-nur Dr. Burton MI 48509 

Michael Mwasumbi 2816 Cora Hill Dr. Hunlsviile AL 35810 

Nathalie Myrtil 16262 Peachway Delray Beach FL 33484 




Kelle Neal 4200 Grandville Blvd Nashville TN 372(37 
Timothy Neilly N-10122 Nassau Bahamas 
Gregory Nelson 35 Keegan St. Elmont NY 1 1003 
Liana Nelson 20700 Edgewood Cir. Castro Valley CA 94552 
Lilly Nelson 7900 Old Madison Pike. #15012 Madison AL 35758 
Daliah Nembhard 109 Collon St. Windsor CT 06095 
William Nervis 11118 Novelda Dr. Oakland CA 94603 
Karla Nesmith 4 Oak Bluff Ct. Columbia SC 29223 
Leonard Newton 4541 N.w. 12th Ct. Lauderhill FL 33313 
Husberl Nicholson 857 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn NY 1 1 2 1 3 
Rashon Nicholson 1261 Tuxedo Square Teaneck NJ 07666 
Theodore Nicholson 2346 Boxwood Cl. Villa Rica GA 301 80 
Marnel Niles 23 1 Bry n Marwr Ave Philadelphia PA 1 9 1 3 1 

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HansyNoel 279 Gallivati Boulevard #2 Dorchester MA 02124 
Edna Nore' 358 Se Prima Vista Blvd Port St. Lucie FL 34982 
Richard Norman 1245 Shawnee Rd. Madison TN 37115 
Marisol Norris 335 La-paz Dr. Kissimmee FL 34743 
Leonard Northe 60 Exeter Rd. Apt-405 Ajax Ontario L 1 X I N9 CN 
Leslie Norwood 232 E. Urner St. #172 Pottstown PA 19465 
Sekia Nurse 2029 Milton Ave Neptune NJ 07753 
Janice Nwokike 15934 Manfield Dr. Houston TX 77082 




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April Oakes 39 South 3rd Ave, Apt-6 Mt. Vernon NY 10550 

Kiyomi Oatez 1 442 W. 83rd St. Los Angeles CA 90047 

Susan Ogbonna 2728 Holland Ave Bronx NY 10467 

Toyin Ogunrinu 25594 State St. Loma Lmda CA 92354 

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Mahalia Olatunji 4722 12st. N.e. Washington DC 20017 

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Sarah Old 3800 Government Rd Lot #44 Richmond VA 23223 

Irmide Olibris 8221 SW 9th PI. North Lauderdale FL 33068 

Roselore Olibris 4515 Bonnell Dr. 12-f Huntsville AL 35816 

Daryl Oliver 3632-8 Cresview HunstvilleAL 35816 

Giselle Oliver 54 Oakland Terrace Hartford CT 06 1 1 2 

Robert Oliver 1 06 Park Cir. Fitzgerald GA 3 1 750 

Tony Oliver 4420 Torrance Dr., Apt. 6 Huntsville AL 35816 

Marie Omeler 200 Nw 127th St. Miami FL 33168 

Danyna Omosun 4440 Bonnell Dr.Apt-h Huntsville AL 35816 

Akosua Opoku-boateng 29 1 8 W. Locust Ave Fresno CA 937 1 1 

Akua Opoku-boateng 29 1 8 West Locust Fresno CA 937 1 1 

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Andre Osborne 600 Antietam Dr. Stone Mountain GA 30087 

Royan Osborne 6463 Battery Point Stone Mountain GA 30087 

Susanne Osborne 16283 79-a Ave Surrey British Columbia V3S7C9 CN 

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Sara Osi 6708 Bear Canyon Dr. Oklahoma City OK 73 1 62 

Henry Oston 1 102 Grainge Rd. Conway SC 29527 

KatrinaOtey 1067 Waterloo Rd Westpoint TN 38486 

Frederick Owens 1 74 Moosup Pond Rd. Danielson CT 06239 

Betsy Owusu 175 Hazelwood Dr. Westbury NY 1 1590 

Priscilla Owiisu-lrimpong 490 Claremont Parkway Bronx NY 10457 




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Mattisha Parham 98 Limerick Ln. Rochester NY 14606 
Alyson Parker 18675 South Grasel Rd. Oregon City OR 97045 
Audri Parker 18675 South Grasic Rd Oregon City OR 97045 
Charolelte Parker 1432 Ingram Rd Elmore AL 36025 
Sonya Parker 1 050 Anderson Ave, Apt. 2n Bronx NY 1 0452 
Brandon Parraway 4800 Panola Ave Fort Worth TX 76103 
Daryl Parris 435 Sandpiper Rd Richmond Hill GA 31324 
Darla Partlow 1761 Sundale Dr. Lawrence vi lie GA 30045 

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Samuel Paschal 3912 Neptune Dr. Huntsville AL 35810 

Teleka Patrick 115-84 225th St. Cambria Heights NY 11411 

Jason Patrickson 1202 Julia St.. 12 Huntsville AL 35816 

Andrew Patterson 9405 Walhampton Dr. Louisville KY 40242 

Anthony Patterson 8009 Mandan Rd., Apt 202 Greenbelt MD 20770 

Jason Patton 1 347 Marlborough Ave Plainfield NJ 07060 

Donald Paul 242 1 Ne 3rd Ave Pompano Beach FL 33064 

Naomie Paul 1 8 Nelson PI. Maplewood NJ 07040 

Natasha Paul 2792 West Fairview Dr. Rialto CA 92377 

Belkis Paulino 1423 A.scent Trail Huntsville AL 35815 

Daniella Payne 1 34 Bartholdi Ave Jersey City NJ 07305 

Keith Payne 4420 Torrance Dr. Nw Huntsville AL 35816 

Mayatu Peabody 235 W. Delaware Ave. Benton Harbor MI 49022 

Nadia Pearce 2209 Main St. C44 Bridgeport CT 06606 

Kimberly Pearson 1 1433 Cherry Hill Rd.. 303 Beltsville MD 20705 

Melissa Pearson 3205 North Thurin Ave Altadena CA 91001 

Dolores Pembleton 2310 Park Ave Lincoln NE 68502 

Jamara Pembleton 2310 Park Ave Lhicoln NE 68502 

William Penick 9854 Smoky Ct. Stockton CA 95209 

Raymond Peoples 48 1 8 W. Bancroft, 5 1 Toledo OH 436 1 5 

Sudhir Perakathu 1 653 Artemisa Ave Brownsville TX 78526 

Sumith Perakathu 1 653 Artemisa Ave Brownsville TX 7852 1 

Arminda Perch 4209 Cloverdale Dr. Huntsville AL 35805 

Tamara Perkins 1 1 307 Kelowna Ave Lake View Terrace C A 9 1 342 

Voletta Perkins 2100 Colonial Lake Dr., 2113 Madison AL 35758 

Kenton Perrin 17 Orpington Cres Etobicoke Ontario M9V3E2 CN 

Sonya Perrin P.O. Box 1648 George Town Cayman Is 

Belinda Perry 3441 Hunter's Pace Dr. Lithonia GA 30038 

Erika Perry 2439 Newgate Dr. Decatur GA 30035 

Shelby Perry 855 Mt. Zion Rd, E-6 Jonesboro GA 30326 

Walter Perry 3302 Bridlewood Dr. Glenn Mills PA 19342 

Schennia Person 95 Indian Creek Rd., 27 Huntsville AL 35806 

Charlotte Pettiway 30070 Pierce Southfield MI 48034 

Randall Phang 1725 Pinacres Blvd. Bayshore NY 1 1706 

Janelle Phillips 2603 Hoffman Dr. Huntsville AL 35810 

Kenneisha Phillips 45 Genessee Ave. Teaneck NJ 07666 

Malcolm Phillips 19 Greendale Ave Mt. Vernon NY 10553 

Wintley Phipps 2009 Flagstone Dr., 801 Madison AL 35758 

Juliette Pibien 2337 Montrose Dr. Eastpoint GA 30344 

Shawn Pickering 925 East 32nd St. Brooklyn NY 11210 

De'vesco Pierre 4721 N.w. 170 St. Opa Locka FL 33055 

Gina-inarie Pierre 8560 N.w. 46th St. Sunrise FL 3335 1 

Jean-richard Pierre 575 Northbridge Dr. Altamonte Springs FL 32714 

Jerrald Pierre 5013 Galaxy Way #909 Huntsville AL 35816 

Marie Pierre 6829 Compass Ct. Orlando FL 32810 

Natacha Pierre 6829 Compass Cl. Orlando FL 328 10 

Victor Pile 1812 Metzerott Rd #46 Adelphi MD 20783 

Andrew Pileggi 14 Madeline Terrace Chestnut Ridge NY 10977 

Stacey Pinder 1013 Oly mpia Ave Ne Renton WA 98056 

Kenneth Pitt 6570 Clarksville Highway Joelton TN 37080 

Steven Pitts 7703 Donegal Dr. Huntsville AL 35802 

John Pooler 411 Sheila St. Hope Mills NC 28348 

Jahmari Porter 4132 Cambridge Dr. Country Club Hills IL 60478 

John Porter 3887 Wisteria Ln. Sw Atlanta GA 3033 1 

Rebecca Porter 7890 Barfield Dr. Fayelteville NC 28314 

Alexia Potts 210 East Condor Dr. Rialto CA 92377 

Rokeem Pough 2569 7th Ave. Apt 1 61 New York NY 1 0039 

Ollie Pouncey 7119 South Constance Chicago IL 60649 

Andrea Powell 5015 Dublin Dr. Atlanta GA 30331 

Anika Powell 1 35 Lincoln St. Steelton PA 1 7 1 33 

Duane Powell 77 Carpenter Ave Mt. Kisco NY 10549 

Edwin Powell 4203 interlake Dr. Tampa FL 33624 

Judy-ann Powell 1439 Wood Rd., Suite 2g Bronx NY 10462 

Michelle Powell 77 Carpenter Ave, Apt-3r Mt. Kisco NY 10549 

Allycin Powell-hicks 644 Peralta Hills Dr. Anaheim CA 92807 

Antoinette Preddie 4120 Newson Rd. #18 Huntsville AL 35805 

Carolyn Pressley 45 1 6 23rd Ave South St. Petersburg FL 337 1 1 

Brian Preston 331 Beechwood Ln. Stone Mountain GA 30087 

Carlton Price 4900 1 1th Ave Los Angeles CA 90043 

Torrey Price 7920 South Prairie Chicago IL 60619 

Keisha Prime 1504 Medland Rd. Huntsville AL 35816 

Tiffany Profitt 196 Stone Valley Dr. Huntsville AL 35806 

Natalie Prosper 88 1 6 Pioneer Rd. Berrien Springs MI 49 1 03 



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Melanie Pullman 189% Miieliell PI. IX-nver CO 80249 
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Tangie Rahming 3027 Aiitumnwood Dr. Huntsville AL 35816 
EvetteRainey 7062 Waverly Ct. Kansas City KS 66109 

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3862 Mulberry Dr. Columbus GA 3 1907 
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Marcellinus Regis Ro. Box 30067 Huntsville AL 35896 

Errol Reid 1 676 Imperial Palm Dr. Apopka PL 327 1 2 

KanikaReid Ro. Box 30 Davidson ville MD 21035 

Marlon Reid 14536 South Normal Riverdale IL 60827 

Ryan Reid 7709 East 73rd St. Kansas City MO 64133 

Marsha Remy 3025 Credit Woodlands #147 Mississa Ontario L5C2V3 CN 

Nyzia Reynolds 3732 Herbert Ave Apt. A Pennsauken NJ 08 109 

Jeremy Rhodes 5730 Nw 54th Terrace Gainesville PL 32653 

John Rhodriquez South Beach Dr., Apt. 501 Nassau Bahamas 

Henry Richardson 8081 Battin Howell South Charleston OH 45368 

Indra Richardson Ro. Box Sb 41 Somnerset Bridge SBBX BM 

Kyrinda Richardson 1 8 Hill Parm Rd. Bloomfield CT 06002 

Joyce Rickman 3784 University Dr.. #1 16 Huntsville AL 35816 

Casey Ricks Ro. Box 1 3 1 Dudley G A 3 1 022 

Garrard Rigby 2092 Picus St. New Providence Bahamas 

Nicholas Riley 2953 Ave West.apt. 3e Brooklyn NY 1 1229 

Keith Roach 3832 Landmark Dr. Douglasville GA 30135 

Kymberlee Roache P.o, Box P-42618 Preeport, G.B. Bahamas 

Apryl Roberts 110 Sorrel Way Alvarado TX 76009 

Christopher Roberts 200 South Elton Cir. Meridianville AL 35759 

Erica Roberts 908 Cir. view Dr. DothanAL 36301 

Jared Roberts Evergreen Tree Rd. Liberta Village St. Pauls Antigua 

Jennifer Roberts 322 East Lisa Ave Presno CA 93720 

Lorna Roberts Ro Box 953 Pedricksted 00841 US VI 

Mustimbo Roberts Armbrister St. Nassau Bahamas 

William Roberts 908 Cir. View Dr. Dothan AL 36301 

Bree Robinson 25043 Kay Ave Hay ward CA 94545 

Carmen Robinson 2402 Edgedale Dr. Missouri City TX 77489 

Cynthia Robinson 7000 Adventist Blvd., Apt. 25 Huntsville AL 35896 

Erin Robinson 37181 Chester Rd. Avon OH 440 1 1 

Marquis Robinson 37181 Chester Rd. Avon OH 44011 

Reginald Robinson 7000 Adventist Blvd., Apt. 25 Huntsville AL 35896 

Meyassar Robinzine 112 North Woodworth Rd. Milford IL 60453 

Charles Rock 2 1 1 8-75 Bamburgh Scarborough Ontario M 1 W3 W 1 CN 

Katie Roddy 140 Baker Rd. Huntsville AL 35806 

Camillia Rodgers Ro. Box 564 Reynoldsburg OH 43068 

Cosville Rogers Ro. Box 10541 St. Thomas 00801 US Virgin Islands 

Robert Roland 17003 122nd SE Renton WA 98058 

Donald Rolle 2543 D Frederick Douglas Blvd New York NY 10030 

Gerard Rolle Fresh Creek G.P.O. Andros Bahamas 

Lawrence Rolle 8820 NW 1 1 th Ct. Miami PL 33 1 50 

Edwina Romulus 4215 Carousel Rd. Orlando PL 32808 

Mary Rooney 3 Cypress Cove Rd. Winter Haven PL 33884 

ShemRo.ss 1470 St. Johns PL, Apt. 2b Brooklyn NY 1 1213 

Jeffrey Roulston 213 Lynedock Crescent North York Ontario M3A2B5 CN 

Reuben Roundtree 2 1 6 West 99th Terrace Kansas City MO 641 1 4 

April Rouser 2143 Clark St. Anchorage AK 99504 



Laloya Royal 620 NW 5lh St. Boynlon Beach PL 33435 
Janice Royer RO. Box 12304 St. Th(>mas 00801 US VI 
Audrey Rucker 510 N Wilkinson St. Milledgeville GA 31061 
Kori Rucker 240 Martin Rd.. Apt. 505 Huntsville AL 35824 
James Rudd 1500 Duke University Rd. Durham NC 27701 
Meghan Rudley 1 2019 E. Archer PI. Apt-203 Aurora CO 80012 
David Ruff 557 East Tower Presno CA 93706 
Erinn Ruff RO BOX 702738 Tulsa OK 74170 
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Hananiah Ruff 9549 Eastview Dr. Hanford CA 93230 
Natalie Ruff 557 E. Tower Presno CA 93706 
Stephen Ruff 833 Lorretta Dr. Goodletsville TN 37072 
Tahia Ruff 557 East Tower Presno CA 93706 
Lauren Rugless 2549 Oak Forest Dr. Antioch TN 370 1 3 
Tiffany Rugless 2549 Oakforest Dr. Antioch TN 3701 3 
Britini Runnels 1922 Mountshire Dr. Missouri City TX 77489 
Keith Russell 6454 Wellesley Dr. Riverdale GA 30296 
Khrystal Russell 1512 Foxhall Ln. Atlanta G A 303 1 6 
Lamar Ryan 1002 Chateau Cir. Clermont PL 347 1 1 
Joseph Ryce 59 E. Market St. Long Beach NY 1 1 56 1 




Racheem Sagay 1 500 Sparkman Dr.. Apt I j Huntsville AL 358 1 6 
Daniel Saint-elie 6038 Colt Ridge Trail Masleton G A 30 1 26 
Pabrice Saint-elie 6616 Crossing Creek Pt. Austell GA 30168 
Prantzo Saint-val 5014 Oakwood Rd.. #15 Huntsville AL 35896 
Chanel Sales 791 Macedonia Rd. Ardmore AL 35739 
Richard Salter 1901 Sparkman Dr. Apt 1 102 Huntsville AL 35816 
Kurtleigh Samuel 1 3708 Madrad Way #1 2 Silver Spring MI 20904 
Alfredneitta Sanders 2615 17th Ave. South Minneapolis MN 55407 
Charlene Sanders 10914 Paul wood Dr. Houston TX 77071 
Latina Sanders 1 548 Nw 32nd Ave Ft. Lauderdale PL 333 1 1 
Harrison Sao Ro. Box 60873 Nashville TN 37206 

Julie-anne Satterfield 2008 Peatherwood Dr. West Atlantic Beach PL 32233 
Amber Saunders 1047 Ascot Ct. Riverdale G A 30296 
Hilari Saunders 1 123 Randolph Leavenworth KS 66048 
Sherri Saunders 1 1 23 Randolph Leavenworth KS 66048 
Utundee Saunders 2068 Bluffton Way Decatur GA 30035 
Latoya Sayles 4237 Angeloni Dr. Mississauga Ontano L4Z2S8 CN 
Kevin Scartett 107 Penlynn Ave Port St. Lucie PL 34983 
Shanna Scarlett 7000 Adventist Blvd. RO. Box 30098 Huntsville AL 35896 
Monica Scobie 1012 East 53rd St. Brooklyn NY 1 1 234 
Brandon Scott 1 1412 Falcon Ridge Cl. Beltsville MD 20705 
Horace Scott 34 Laurier Ct. Brampton Ontario L6Z1 J5 CN 
Jonathan Scott 20626 S. w. 1 20 Ct. Miami FL 33 1 77 
Kaleina Scott 16020 Warwick Detroit MI 48223 
Leslie Scott 3610 Williamsburg Dr. Huntsville AL 35810 
Luwanda Scott 3610 Williamsburg Dr Huntsville AL 35810 
Shawn Scott 32 Sheppard Dr. Asheville NC 28806 
Shen Scott 34 Laurier Ct. Brampton Ontario L6Z1 J5 CN 
Lenworth Sealey 48 1 3 Church Ave Brooklyn NY 1 1 203 
Lloyd Sealey 48 1 3 Church Ave, Apt. 3f Brooklyn NY 1 1 203 
Shauna Sears 6428 Shasta Creek Way Elk Grove CA 95758 
Allison Sease 444 Miramar Ave Claremont CA 91 7 1 1 
Lavina Seawright 10 Tomahawk Dr. White Plains NY 10603 
Michael Selassie 3722 Battlefield Dr. Huntsville AL 358 1 
Maria Sellers 832 86th PI. South Birmingham AL 35206 
Romona Sequea 1 08 Draper St. #3 Dorchester MA 02 1 22 
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Coreen Shakes 2693 Bedford Ave Brooklyn NY 11210 
Eric Shakes 80 Bradbury Ave Medford MA 02 1 55 
Leighcraft Shakes 5789 Rae Ave West Palm Beach FL 33407 
Ro.selyn Shanks 361 1 Dawnwood Dr. Huntsville AL 35810 

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Herone Shaw 7 1 80 Hilmar Dr. Westerville OH 43082 
Alicia Shelly 5057 Ceylon Ct. Austell GA 30106 
Jillyan Shelton 115 Mustang Dr. Harvest AL 35749 
Summer Shelton 1 507 Bank St. #5 So. Pasadena CA 9 1 030 
Sharhonda Sherman P.O. Box 593 Senoia GA 30276 
Ebony SheiTod 1630 N. Arley Dr. Indianapolis IN 46229 
Scarlet Shorter 1 024 1 9th PI. Sw Birmingham AL 352 1 1 
Levar Shuler 3010-b Autumnwood Huntsville AL 35816 
Nathan Shuler 1 75 Whopping Creek Church Rd. Carollton GA 301 1 6 
Chris Simmonds 105 Weldrick Rd. E.#404 Richmond H Ontario L4C9Y8 CN 
Bethany Simmons 7304 Lea PI. Fortworth TX 76 1 40 
Kianna Simmons 27 Green Acres Rd. Devonshire DV08 BM 
Lauren Simmons 27 Green Acres Rd. Devonshire DV08 BM 
Lelis Simmons 20801 Deauville Dr. Spring TX 77388 
Lena Simmons 6807 Mayfair Rd. Laurel MD 20707 
Shane Simmons 5 Fork Ln. Southampton SN04 BM 
Mia Simms 365 Warwick Ave, Apt. 1 02 Oakland CA 946 1 
Tonisha Simon 6620 Old Madison Pike Rd., #102 Huntsville AL 35806 
Anthony Sims 9726 Slalom Run Dr. Woodstock MD 2 1 163 
Bobby Sims 1 1 5-a Lee St. Athens GA 30606 
Calvin Sims 9726 Slalom Run Dr. Woodstock MD 21 163 
Wilenise Sineus 100 East Viola St. Avon Park FL 33825 
Mary Singletary 319 Brooks Ave Rochester NY 14619 
Frederick Sloan 1435 Shenandoah Ave Cincinnati OH 45237 
Veneshia Slosh 4840-2 Kimber Ln. Berrien Springs MI 49103 
Stefanie Small 1 50 N. 1 9th St. Wheatley Heights NY 1 1 798 
Toneil Smart-grey 1660 Middleto St. Pickering Ontario L1X2J9 CN 
Andre" Smith 1500 Sparkman Dr. 1 3-D Huntsville AL 35816 
Bryant Smith 194 Comet Dr. ToneyAL 35773 
Chichota Smith 1113 North 6th St. Atchison KS 66002 
Dawn Smith 18318 Lyles Dr. Hagerstown MD 21740 
Demerious Smith 35 Horseshoe Ln. Mullica Hill NJ 08062 
Dexter Smith 128 Miles Farm Rd. Markham Ontario L3S-1Z9 CN 
Janae" Smith 2618 Carlsbad Dr., Nw Huntsville AL 35810 
Jovan Smith 1223 Plateau Dr. Duncanville TX 751 16 
Kellie Smith 107 Canopy Rd. Hazel Green AL 35750 
Kendal Smith Po. Box Cb 13735 Nassau Bahamas 
Latesha Smith 1113 North 6th St. Atchison KS 66002 
Leon Smith 9 St. Annes Rd. Southampton SNOl BM 
Lmcoln Smith 1560 Grand Concourse, Apt. 412 Bronx NY 10457 
Marissa Smith 1226 Tolkien Rd. Riverside CA 92506 
Megan Smith 1 8247 Murray Hill Detroit MI 48235 
Michael Smith 208 North Cottonwood Dr. Goldshoro NC 27530 
Natashia Smith 4113 Hunters Ridge, 13 Huntsville AL 35801 
Nicole Smith 3310 King Charles Cir. Seffner FL 33584 
Patrice Smith 1 427 Hopkins Ave Dover DE 1 990 1 
Pettina Smith 3037 Liberty Hills Dr. Franklin TN 37067 
Ryan Smith 1 1 44 W. 84th St. Los Angeles CA 90044 
Sherese Smith 206 Waterview Dr. Hendersonville TN 37075 
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Sherise Snowden 6825 S.w. 153rd PI Rd. Ocala FL 34473 
Olawunmi Sobomehin 519 Loretta Ct. Mississauga Ontario L5B3S2 CN 
Jurelder Solomon 1 1 74 1 N.w. 35th St. Sunrise FL 33323 
Delano Son 1585 Belleterre St. Orleans Ontario KIC 7N5 CN 
Rhonda Souvenir 1 1 5 Lawson Wall Dr. Huntsville AL 35806 
Alpha Sovyanhadi 3809 Mcewen Dr.Nw Huntsville AL 35810 
Leland Speed 4830 Palm Ave #e Riverside CA 9250 1 
Zynia Spencer Po. Box 2522 Frcderiksted 00841 US Virgin Islands 
Nataki Spooner 19 Riverbend Dr.Nepean Ontario K2H5G9 CN 
Jody Spraggins-scott 2044 Hamilton Rd. Okemos Ml 48864 
Joel Springer 1 003 66lh Ave Philadelphia PA 1 9 1 26 
Emmanuel St. Cloud 1 3 Adamson Ave. Norwalk CT 06854 
Rudy St. Felix 1 89-02 64th Ave Apt. I Oj Fresh Meadows NY 1 1 365 
Maurice St. Louis 4840 Lake Rd. Dollard-des-ormeaux Quebec H9G-1G8 CN 
Shacy Stallworth 2206 Glenn Iris Rd. Huntsville AL 35810 
Donnie Stanley 2903 Elmore Rd., D Huntsville AL 35805 
Shelton Stanley 4019 Carlisle Ave Baltimore MD 21216 
Alton Staple 4420 N.w. 23rd Ct. Lauderhill FL 33313 
Shamell Staples 1794 Scott Rd. Hazel Green AL 35750 
Andrea Starks 5602 Rock Quarry Terris Forestville MD 20747 
Aquarius Statham 122 Bluebird Dr. Dallas GA 30157 
David Steede 3521 Gesman PI. Huntsville AL 35805 
Miranda Steele 1 342 N. Euclid St. Louis MO 63 1 1 3 
John Stephens 668 W. Washington El Cajon CA 92020 
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Rudolph Sterling 295 Monroe St., Apt- If Brooklyn NY 1 1216 

Wesley Sterling 8600 Nw 54th St. Lauderhill FL 33351 

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Keli Stevenson 1615 Beale Ave Bakerst'ield CA 93305 

Marshall Stevenson 100 Cir. wood Ct. Slidell LA 70461 

Anitra Stewart 2306 Driftwood Dr.n Fern Park FL 32730 

Denise Stewart 6108 Sharon Woods Blvd. Columbus OH 43229 

Ebony Stewart 8539 WWeldon Phownix AZ 85037 

Elizabeth Stewart 29 Ollerton Rd. Toronto Ontario M3J 1X9 CN 

Natasha Stewart 2387 Nikanna Rd. Mississauga Ontario L5C2W8 CN 

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Shelly Anne Stewart 807 Adee Ave. Bronx NY 10467 

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Cyrus Stiggers 1 2 1 1 8 E. 1 5th St. Tulsa OK 74 1 28 

Lorraine Stith 243 Intervale Rd. Teaneck NJ 07666 

Leeanne Stoddart 12618 Prestwick Dr. Ft. Washington MD 21046 

Courtney Stokes 642 Franklin St. Danville VA 24541 

Nicole Stokes 2404 Hickory Ridge Chattanooga TN 3742 1 

Toccara Stokes 642 Franklin St. Danville VA 24541 

Christin Stone 20095 North Route V. Sturgeon MO 65284 

Sherwin Stone 1 29- 1 1 3 1 St. South Ozone Park NY 1 1 420 

Diann Stoutt PO. Box 305498 St. Thomas VI 00803 US Virgin Islands 

Toccara Strong 2 1 20 West 1 6th Ave. Boadview IE 60 1 55 

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Nona Sturgies 1504-C Ascent Trail MW Huntsville AL 35816 

Edith Suber 5718 S. Paulina St. Chicago IL 60636 

Shentetta Suber 5718 S. Paulina St. Chicago IL 60636 

Monica Sudeall 102 Buckskin #C7 Harvest AL 35749 

Shaunte' Sullivan 49 Tamarack Dr. Windsor CT 06095 

Tanka Sullivan 936 Brown Ave. Westfeild NJ 07090 

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Brandie Sutton 108 Matt Phillips Rd. Huntsville AL 53806 

Florence Eloise Sutton 201 Labonte Dr. Pikeville NC 27863 

Stephanie Swaby 174 Fundy Bay Blvd. Scarborough Ontario Ml W3G1 CN 

Jonathan Swan 2810 Boadview Dr. Huntsville AL 35810 

Selena Swan 3 Beach Rd. Sandys SBOl BM 

Sherman Swan 30 Pearman's Hill Warwick WK03 BM 

Treva Sweeney 4515 Bonnell Dr., Apt. 14a Huntsville AL 35816 

Chi vohn Sylvester 39 Heathcote Rd. Elmont NY 11003 

Shanelle Sylvester 4249 Angelo St. Riverside CA 92506 

Kiistina Symonds 24 Warwick Dr. Warwick WK02 BM 



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Catherine Taylor 806 Douglass Dr. Boyertown PA 19512 
Dion Taylor 286 South Ridge Dr. Rochester NY 14626 
Lisa Taylor 1010 Henderson Rd. #14t Huntsville AL 35816 
Natasha Taylor 286 South Ridge Dr. Rochester NY 14626 
Raymond Taylor II 1010 Henderson Rd. #l4t Huntsville AL 35816 
Reginald Taylor 4430 C Myrtlewood Huntsville AL 35816 
Robin Taylor 12776 Henderdon Ln. Madison AL 35756 
Shakema Taylor PO. Box S.b. 52094 Nassau Bahamas 
Winston Taylor 1503 Sparkman Dr. Q 134 Huntsville AL 35806 
Tyra Taylor-Cooks 8971 Rocky Creek Ct. Elk Grove CA 95758 
Keith Terril 6320 RobmhiH)d Ln. Huntsville AL 35806 
Mcintosh Thervil 12720 NE 13 Ave. Miami FL 33161 
Leslie Thom 510 East 156th St., Apt. 1 1 Bronx NY 10455 
Alexcia Thomas 3403 Beechcraft Dr. Alexandria VA 22306 
Cassandra Thomas 651 Elton St., Apt.,A12 Brooklyn NY 11208 
Chinara Thomas 8440 Norris Lake Way Snellville GA 30039 
Dexter Thomas 160 Baker Rd, Lot #16 Huntsville AL 35806 



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.lorhena Thonia.s 520 S. La.salle Aurora M2N1Z8 CN 
MK-hclIc Thomas 16! Laura Rd. Toronto Ontario M3N1Z8 CN 
Kaamah rhomas 409 Spruce Ct. Hcrnden VA 20170 
Rajccni Thomas 209 Pcabody Rd. Meridianvilie AL 35759 
Tor\ Tlionias 253 1 Doral Way West Palm Beach FL 33407 
diristine Thomp.son 50 Herkley Dr. Brampton Ontario L6V2E8 CN 
Christopher Thompson 1110 Charles St. Beaufort SC 29902 
Cr\stal Thompson 1275 Old Bayfront Dr. Mobile A L 36615 
Dax id Thompson 2920 NW 56th Ave. B301 Lauder Hill FL 33407 
.lasou Thompson 6103 Jefferson Dr. Reading PA 19606 
.lennifer Thompson 6501 Harding Rd, #D- 14 Nashville TN 37205 
Julie Thompson 9211 Lakeshore Dr. Kenosha WI 53158 
Krystal Thompson 146-03 226 St. Ro.sedale NY 11413 
Lavardo Thompson 1 500 Sparkman Dr. Huntsville AL 35816 
Marlon Thompson 20418 NW 33rd Ave. Miami FL 33056 
Nicole Thompson 161 Cartmel Dr. Markham Ontario L3S1W6 CN 
Paula Thompson 12512 Surrey Cir. Fort Washington MD 20744 
Quenesther Thompson 288 Crown St., Apt. 5K Brooklyn NY 1 1225 
Sean Thompson Rr9, Box 2309 Lake City FL 32024 
Theodore Thorpe III 1 408 Union St. Brooklyn NY 11213 
Ricardo Tillery 301 Parkwest Ct., 1-8 Lansing MI 48917 
SeanTillery 21 Laurel Wood Rd. Newport News VA 23602 
Tamara Times RO. Box 3095 Huntsville AL 35810 
' Jewel Timmons 22600 Parkview Dr. Richton Park IL 60471 
■ Denise Tolbert 12703 Laurie Dr. Silver Springs MD 20904 
1 Sherice Tomlin 5242 Chakanotosa Cir. Orlando FL 32818 
I Rachell Tracy 2301 E. Market St.. Apt. 2 Huntsville AL 25896 
Devonnett Troupe 98 W. Hamilton Ave. Englewood NJ 07631 
i Lamata Troupe 98 W. Hamilton Ave. Englewood NJ 07631 
Alicia Trusty 2617 Sweet Oaks Cir. Germantown TN 38138 
A-kima Tuckett 3784 University Dr., Apt. 1 3 Huntsville AL 35816 
Reginald Tull 21 Sanford Ave.. Unit 45 Hamilton Ontario L8L8GS CN 
William Tull 7 Hibiscus Dr. Khyber Pass Warwick WK03 BM 
Courtney Turnbull 17 Valley Dr. Nanuet NY 10954 
Dana Turner 4815 Simpson Dr. Louisville KY 40218 
i Shantil Turner 12570 Atlantic Waukegan IL 60085 
. Tiffiny Turner RO. Box 164 Pine Forge PA 19548 



Yonnett Victor 9896 Willow Cove Rd. Huntsville AL 35802 
Dana Vincent 724 Windermere Rd. Drexel Hill PA 19026 




Orishemugbemi Ukuedojor 650 Wynn Dr. #252 Huntsville AL 35816 

Chidi Umez 13531 Laconcha Ln. Houston TX 77083 

Kimberly Unger 8710 Woods End San Antonio TX 78240 

Christopher Usher 10525 Country Ridge Dr. Upper Marlboro MD 20772 

Norman Usher Jr. 1 9 1 66 Brown ville St. Cassopolis MI 4903 1 

Tamisha Valcin 73 NW 108th St. Miami FL 33168 

Josie Valentin 15 Sandalwood Dr. Warren NJ 07059 

Carlos Valera-Gomez 245 North 6tth St. Newark NJ 07107 

Porsche Vanderhorst 4674 Weston PI. OIney MD 20832 

Marcus Vassel I 124 E. 34th St., Apt. I Brooklyn NY 11203 

Adrienne Vaughn 32301 Alvin Garden City MI 48135 

Jamaal Venter 2216 Jonathan Dr., Apt. D Huntsville AL 35810 

Charmicielle Venters 2156 Catskill St. Hillcrest Heights MD 20748 

Laurent Vergnac Perriolat Le Francois Martinique 

Cassandre Verneus l7AnnadeaRd. Brockton MA 02302 

Jerry Vernon 23 Lancelot Ln. Asheville TN 28806 

Gerard Vertilus 1512 N. 16 St. Ft. Pierce FL 34950 

John Victor 9896 Willow Cove Rd. Huntsville AL 35802 




Gabriel Wade 6107 Heatherglen Dr. Arlington TX 76017 

JarretWade 2105 25th Ave. South Seattle WA 98144 

Vershonda Waiters 1000 Clement St., Apt. 21 Florence SC 29501 

Ronald Walbrook 1419 Shakespeare Ave., Apt. 4H Bronx NY 10452 

Gregory Walcott 1419 Shakespeare Ave., Apt. 1 Bronx NY 10452 

Brent Waldon Jr. 2461 Augusta Way Kissimmee FL 34746 

Kalisha Waldon 4556 Woodmere Ln. Lantana FL 33463 

Andre Walker 161 County St. New Haven CT 0651 1 

Charlene Walker 33 Rushmore Crescent Brampton Ontario L6Z-1R1 CN 

Daniel Walker 38 Maple St. Brooklyn NY 11203 

Darry I Walker 57 Maple Dr. Amity ville NY 11701 

Davion Walker 838 Maple St. Brooklyn NY 1 1203 

Erica Walker 800 Douglass Dr. Boyertown PA 19512 

Lanair Walker 5648 N. Farhill St. Philadelphia PA 19120 

Lourie Walker 24890 Bay Ave. Moreno Valley CA 92553 

Sharlee Walker 619 Quincy St.. Apt, IR Brooklyn 1 1221 

Keisha Wallace 1 072 Timber Trace Rd. Powhatan VA 23 1 39 

Shaun Wallace 1 3300 Morris Rd.. Apt. 1 83 Aplharetta GA 30004 

Dorian Ward 247 Childs Dr. Atlanta GA 303 14 

Fred Warfeild 2 1 9 Grubb Rd. Newfeild NJ 08344 

Melvyn Warren Warfeild Jr. 607 Little Creek Dr. Duncanville TX 

Allyson Warren 2242 West 67th St. Indianapolis IN 46260 

Anthea Warren 249 Danzig St. Scarborough Ontario M1E215 CN 

Lawanza Christina Warren 4428 Torrance Dr., Apt. 4 Huntsville AL 35816 

Kerron Warrick 1 159 East 38th St. Brooklyn NY 1 1210 

Augustine Washington RO. Box 1771 Hedgesville WV 25427 

Autumn Washington 2809 Kirtland Ave. Forestville MD 20747 

Beverly Washington P.O. Box 22343 Huntsville AL 35814 

Collas Eugene Washington Jr. 2830 MW 1 72nd Terrace Miami FL 33056 

Noah Washington 2809 Kirtland Ave. Forestville MD 20747 

Perry Washington 1 1 33 East San Mudele Fresno CA 937 10 

Kandace Waters 4 1 3 Angier Ct. Atlanta GA 303 1 2 

Calvin Watkins 36 1 7 Hardwick Ct. Douglasville GA 30 1 35 

Katara Watkins 3834 Gateway Terrace Burtonsville MD 20866 

Myecha Watkins 4064 Big Valley Trail Stone Mountain GA 30088 

Theodore Watkins Jr. 3834 Gateway Terrace Burtonsville MD 20866 

Chalonda Webb RO. Box 1683 Independance MD 64055 

Lequicha Weems 1 12 Clubhouse Ln. Madison AL 35757 

Andrea Wells 8647 West Quail Ave. Peoria AZ 85382 

Byron Joseph Wells 1010 Henderson Rd., Apt. lie Huntsville AL 35816 

Erica Wells 824 Hedge Way, #7 Las Vegas NV 891 10 

Daniel West 2168 Willard St. Fort Myers FL 33916 

Courtney Weston 2921 Revere Ct. East Point G A 30344 

Ashley Whaley 14625 Perry Ave. South Holland IL 60473 

Eunice Wheeler 3412 Tall Timbers Cir., NW Huntsville, AL 35810 

Eva Michelle Wheeler 3412 Tall Timbers Cir.. NW Huntsville. AL 35810 

Stephanie Whemys 9 Ambrister St. Nassau N. P. 14065 Bahamas 

Angela White 4605 Robindael Rd. Knoxville TN 37921 

Christopher White 207 Ella Ln. Dalton GA 30720 

Denise White Lot Mq2 697 Greater Portmore St. Catherine Jamaica 

Denry White 343 St. Nicholas Ave. New York NY 10027 

James White III 1 2727 Overhill Rd. Grandview MO 64030 

Jeramiah White 1261 Marty Blvd. Altamonte FL 32714 

Robert White III 1 970 Glendale Ave. Kansas City KS 66 1 04 

Staci White 1 655 Old Rail Rd. Bed Harvest AL 35794 

Annette Wiley 9 1 68 Ashburn Dr. Stockton C A 95209 

Ashley Wilkins 1213 Swingingdale Dr. Silver Spring MD 20905 

Alex Williams 3405 Via Dolce, Apt. 304 Marina Del Rey CA 90292 

Bianca Williams 17 Harvey Hill Rd. Devonshire FIOI/BDA BM 



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Carlin Williams 6545 Sundance Ct. Lincoln NE 68512 

Chantay Williams 4876 Peace St. Memphis TN 38109 

Carlene Williams 3408 University Blvd. East Adelphi MD 20783 

Daniel Williams 1 504 Robert Lewis Ave. Upper Marlboro MD 

Danielle Williams 843 Baldwin Rd. Westbury NY 11590 

Danic|ue Williams 8681 Sunset Strip Sunrise FL 3322 

Dulani Williams 1 7 Harvey Hill Rd. Devonshire HM 14 BM 

Edward Williams III 1807 Seminary St. Nashville TN 32707 

Elvert Williams Jr. 28 1 1 Spring Feild Rd.. # 1 26 East Peoria IL 6 1 6 1 1 

Enrique Williams 2801 Rio Grande Rd. Chattanooga TN 37421 

Isabella Williams 830 NW 38th Ave. Ft. Lauderdale FL 333 1 1 

Joanne Marie Williams 2519 Elton Rd. Huntsville AL 35810 

Joel Williams 714 Kilkenny St. Huntsville AL 35816 

Joseph Williams 393 Hazlewood Terrace Roshester NY 14609 

Joshua Williams 714 Kilkenny St. Huntsville AL 35816 

Kareem Williams 2932 Old South Dr. Jonesboro GA 30236 

Kenneth Williams 881 1 Charleston Woods Dr. Mason OH 45040 

Kwame Williams 6980 Cabral St. Pensacola FL 32503 

Latasha Williams 5009 Galaxy Way #1012 Huntsville AL 35816 

Marlon Williams 24 Graham Ct. Brampton Ontario L6S5J5 CN 

Marquita Williams 1208 Silk Oak Dr. Suisun CA 94585 

Micheal Williams Jr. 18926 Bretton Dr. Detroit Ml 48223 

Micheal Williams 1011 Jeferson Ave. East Point GA 30344 

Monique Williams 141-21 255th St. Rosedale NY 11422 

Nashon Williams 1 1 1 Craydon Ct.. #4 Silver Spring MD 20910 

Nathania Williams 2012 Rosehaven St. Charleston SC 29414 

Nevin Williams 16 Friswell's Rd. Pembroke HM 15 BM 

Okemus Williams 202 Ruth Cir. Greenwood MS 38930 

Omar Williams 686 1/2 East 223rd St. Bronx NY 10466 

Orlyn Williams 16 Friswell's Rd. Hamilton HM15 BM 

Rebekah Williams 35 Devon Springs Rd. Devonshire DV08 BM 

Regina Williams 914 Collire Rd.. NW Apt. 3110 Atlanta GA 30318 

Robin Williams 92 1 South Aprilia Ave. Compton CA 90220 

Ronnie Williams 2007 Flagstone Dr.. Apt. 407 Madison AL 35758 

Sacoastia Williams 445 1 Friden Dr. Jacksonville FL 32 

Stan Williams 2225 Ora Ct. Bakersfeild CA 93306 

Stephen Williams 1928 Rainbow Dr. Cedar Falls lA 50613 

Sur Williams 5917 Maple Ave. St. Louis MO 631 12 

Tamika Williams 2094 Carmel Cir. Corona CA 92882 

Tenicha Williams 7200 S. Coles. Apt. 409 Chicago IL 60649 

Tiffany Williams 6324 Loring Dr. Columbia MD 21045 

Tresea Williams 1 204 Johnson St. Ceadsden AL 35904 

Sean (Hull) Williams 2710 Garvin Rd. Huntsville AL 35810 

Antweyne Williamson 13812 Melzer Ave. Cleveland OH 44 1 20 

James Williamson 3718 Pratt Ave., Apt. #2 Bronx. NY 10466 

Keturah Williamson 1700 East Date St., Apt. 2099 San Bernardino CA 92404 

Amber Willis 2806 39th Ave. Tuscaloosa AL 35401 

Roy Willis Ji. 48 1 7 Sweetbriar Terrace Harrisburg PA 1 7 1 1 1 

Cheryll Wilson 262 Beowns Rd. Nesconset NY 1 1767 

Derrica Wilson 4515 Bonnell Dr.. Apt. 12e Huntsville. AL 35816 

Felicia Wikson 21217 East Washington Walnut CA 91789 

Kimberly Wilson 3030 Matthew Rd. Detroit MI 49103 

Larry Wilson 12131 Kilbourne Detroit MI 48213 

Meretle Wilson II 365 Shelton Rd.. Apt. 110 Madison AL 35758 

Micheal Wilson 830b Nob Hill Dr. Birmingham AL 35209 

Tiffany Wilson RO. Box 2252 Homewood IL 60430 

Victor Wilson 6300 Old Canton Rd, Apt. 9- 1 Jackson MS 392 1 1 

KimWimberley 9249 4th St. Berrien Springs MI 49103 

Kyle Wimbish .3438 Cherry Hill Ct. Beltsville MD 207(L5 

Johnny Wimbley RO. Box 5854 Huntsville AL 35814 

Tiffany Windham 6584 Coventry Point Austell GA 30168 

Todd Windham 6584 Coventry Point Austell GA 30 1 68 

Lynet Winfrey 4937 Cotton Row, Apt. D Huntsville AL 35816 

Brandi Wingate-Watts 416 Julia St., Apt. 134 Huntsville AL 35816 

Lakisha Winters 3802 Battlefeild Dr. Huntsville AL 35810 

Kristpoher Wisdom 4320 Midway Dr. Douglasville GA 30134 

Ysaak Wisdom 4320 Midway Dr. Douglasville GA 301 34 

Juliet Wi.se 691 Julia St., Apt. 2 Huntsville, AL 35816 

Richard Wood 14804 Kenwood Ave. Dolton IL 60419 

Keith Woodard 1 36 Southern Plaza Dr. Dudley NC 28333 

leasha Woods 1 588 Hwy #2 Courtice Ontario L 1 E2R6 CN 

Natasha Woods 1 588 Hwy #2 Courtice Ontario LI E2R6 CN 

Taina Wollard 1 25 1 Woodstock Dr., East Upper Marlboro MD 20772 

Edward Woolcock 637 Cranbrook Park Garland TX 75043 



Ricardo Woolcock PO. 1403 Huntsville AL 35807 

Bennette Wooley 1409 Ascent Trail, Apt. D Huntsville AL 35816 

David Word 248 1 4th Ave. NE Naples FL 34 1 20 

Tameka Word 2855 Apapalachee Parkway Talahasee FL 32301 

Annamarie Works RO. Box 133 Huntsville AL 35896 

Courtney Wright 5609 S. Arch Bridge Ct. Arlington TX 76017 

Hillary Wright 1474 North Holliston Ave. Pasadena CA 91 104 

Juannette Wright 6490 Saddleback Cir. Memphis TN 38 1 4 1 

Micheal Wright Jr. 5025 Galaxy Way, Apt. 802 Huntsville, AL 35816 

Ravida Wright 1474 North Holliston Ave. Pasadena CA 91 104 

Reginald Wright 6 1 4 Little Wekiva Rd. Rd. Altamante Springs FL 327 1 4 

Brooke Wright-Clayton 6941 Forest Lake Blvd. Lincoln NE 685 16 

Tristen Wydeman 15729 Rutherford Detroit MI 48227 




Taoshin Yawn 727 Museum Dr. Los Angeles CA 90065 
Krystal Yearwood 65 1 1 Canterlea Dr. Orlando FL 
Megan Yelorda 900 West 1 1 4th Terrace Kansas City MO 64 1 1 4 
Peter Yelorda 900 West 1 1 4th Terrace Kansas City MO 64 1 1 4 
Eryn Young 1641 West 37th St. Los Angeles CA 90018 
Grorge Young III PO. Box 7334 Riverside CA 92513 
Desiree Young-Hurst 5420 Lincoln St. Hollywood FL 33021 








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June 3-7 

Camp Meeting (all ages) 
June 23-29 

Pathfinder Fair 
June 23 

Master Guide Investiture 
June 29 

Junior Camp (ages 8-11) 
July 14-27 

Junior Camp (ages 1 2-1 5) 
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Positive Peer Retreat (ages 16-19) 
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Our Dearest Syreeta Ali, 

God has truly blessed us and enriched our lives by giving us 

you. It has been a joy watching you blossom from a rose bud to 

a full rose - one of the most unique flowers created by God. 

You are the epitome of a well-rounded young lady 

academically, spiritually, and socially. 

" This is your day to shine like a star, 

the brightness of your smile will be seen near and far, 

the joy we possess at watching you glow, 

replaces all the bad times, 

this mean world can sometimes show." 

You are indeed the true reflection - "Radiating God's Glory" 

We are so proud of your faith, trust and commitment to the 

Lord. Continue to trust in the Lord and put Him first. 

We love you. 

Dad and Mom (Sam Jr. and Bettye) 

Sam III, Sabrinna, Sam IV, and Endure Pearl 

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o Botanical Gardens 
o Ditto Landing 
o Huntsville R.R.Depot 
o Burritt Museum 
o Hampton Cove 
o Monte Sano Park 
o Green Mountain Trail 
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CONGRATULATIONS 

CLASS Of 2002 






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Kevin, 

Congratualtions! 
What the human mind con- 
ceive 
and believe it can achieve. 
God's blessing for the future. 

We love you. 
Mom, Dad, Meeka, Kenny, 
Grandparents, Relatives, & 
Friends 





The Light of the 
Tennessee Valley 



VICTORIA JOINER MILLER 

General Manager 

7000 Adventist Boulevard, NW • Huntsville, Alabama 35896 
256.726.7418 • Fax: 256.726.7417 • u-ww.oakwood.edu/wocg 



Literature Evangelistic Training Center 

Congratulates the graduating 

class of 2002! 

LETC sends a special congratualtions to all 

graduating 

LETC workers on a job well done. 

We're all proud of youll! 



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Yoi\ H^odii it tKi'^oucfK! 

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To My Florida Girls: 

Synanda Jobson (Sabubu), Kalisha Waldon (Lalopus), 

Dorhel Davis (Diboe), Kerri-Ann McNish (Grandman), 

Nathalie Myrtil (French Fry) 

May The Lord continue to bless you as you continue 

life's journey. Stay strong, black, beautiful, but most 

of all, stay in the Lord. 

Love, 

Your Brother 

Ricardo A. Daphnis 

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Eta ?hi Sigma National Honor Societ\j 
Business Manager- Acorn Yearbook 
Asst. Advertisiyiq 'Editor-Acorn Yearbook 

Asst. Ea\jout Editor- Acorn Yearbook 
Dean's List 
Oakwood Elementary Tutor 
USM Eublic Relations Committee 
Ecolog\) Cluh 
Pre- Law Society 
YJorthj Student Scholarship 



CONGRATULATIONS SHANTIL TURNER, 

National Dean's List 




Alfha Chi National Honor Scliolars^ip Sodel 

Psifcliolo^if Cluh Secretary 
USM Special Events Committee 
Honor Roll 
OC Academic Scholarship 

2nd Runner-Up Student Employee of the Yet 
Oakwood Academy Student Counselor 
Science Club 
Ere-Alumni 

OC ScJioIar Award 
United Giving ScJioIarship 



Good jobl 

Now handle xjour business 

in ojrad school. 

Love You, 

Ered 



"Wlio can find a virtuous woman? For her ^rice is far above rubies. 

Strength and honor are her clotJiin^; and she shall rejoice in time to 

come. Give her of the fruit of her hands; and let her own works f raise 

her..." 
Proverfo 31:10,25,31 

We are blessed and honored to have such a daughter as you S^antil. 

We are greatful for the love and ^eace that you bring; and esfecially 

for your relationsfiip with God. 

May your life's achievements be a Wessiniji to others. We wisli you 

much happiness, juljinment, ami love. We are very proud of you, 

we always have been and always will be. 

Love You, 

Congratulations & Thank You 

Dad & iVlom 



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Blessings and Congratulations to m\j granddaughter Shantil Turner 

whom I admire and love dearlxj. The future is waiting and full of -promises 

of dreams to come true. Daring to accomplish and bright days in store. 

Mflif God bring \jou all of these. 

"Be ye strong and let not xjour hand he weak for you. 

Your work shall he rewarded" 

bAay God Bless You, 

Grandma 

CongratulationsW 

Best wishes and luck in your future endeavors] We're proud of you. 

Uncle Charles, Aunt Louri, & Family 



To my niece Shantil, 

I want to congratulate you on an exceptional joh well done. 

You have made me very proudl 

Best Wishes, 

Aunt Karla & Family 




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Ps. 144: 1 2... "that our daughters may be as conerstones, poHshed after the similitude of a 

palace." 

Tiffany Lee-Anne Bryant, we pray and hope that this day will be remembered as one of the best days 

of your life. 
As you continue your education, remember to keep God first, last and best in your life. He will 

never leave or forsake you. 
May God's richest blessings be yours. Love, Kollette, Edward, Philip, and Edrita. 

CONGRATULATIONS TIFFY ! 



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To Ml/ Darling Daughter Dianna, 

I could not ask for a finer daughter than you. You are one in a wS[\on 
and I am ver\j 'proud of you and your determination to strive for 

nothing hut the hest. 

Most of all you have never forgotten the Lord in everything you do. 
bAay God continue to richly hless you and continue to guide your jpath. 

Continue to let God lead you and success will always he yours. 

Love, bAomrmf 




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Dearest Dianna, 

We are humhl\j proud of\jouy scholastic achievements and sj)irtitual dedication to 
the giver of all success, Jesus Chirst. 

As \fou continue to frepiare for \jour lifes work, alwaxjs remeher the words of Solomon 

"In evenjthinq that \jOu do, say and meditate on, honor Him and 

He will alwa'\js he hj \jouy side to i^ive \j0ur life true meaninq and direction." 

We love 1/01/ and ioxjoiislxj join in with \jou in this time of celebration as xjoii graduate from 
Oakwood College. May God's hlessinqs forever he on \jOU. 

Love, Alwfl\|s, 
Uncle Pip, Auntie Nette, Dominique, Sam III, Yhilip & Tyler 





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Congratulations 
Zanel Spencer! 




Zanel, you have come a long way and you have a long way to go, but it 
has all been possible and will all be possible by God's hand of mercy, grace 
and blessings extended to you. We are all very proud of you and we hope 
and pray that you will keep God first in your life so that "all these things'' will 
be added to you! 



We Love You! 



Ruthlyn (Mom), Edward (Dad), 
Zwide, and Zynia Spencer 



The 

United Student Movement 

Congratulates the 

Class of 2002. 

Remember you are 

"More Than Conquerors." 

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Congratulations to Sherman Eugene Swan, Jr., on his graduation day. 
At last the time has come to reflect on all of the blessings and guidance 
THAT God has bestowed on you. 

Many thanks to your dedicated professors who have prayed, encour- 
aged, inspired, and guided you. Oakwood College, a school which has been 
set aside by the lord to be that special prize and blessing to our students. 
With heartfelt thanks we are truly grateful for all that you have done 
for our son and may god bless you. 

We pray that you, Sherman, would 

ALWAYS REFLECT ON God's LOVE AND CARE AS YOU 
FACE TOMORROW BECAUSE WE KNOW THAT THERE 
IS NOTHING TO FEAR FROM TOMORROW UNLESS WE 
FORGET THE WAY THE LORD HAS LED US IN THE 
PAST. 

Sherman, your parents love you very much 
AND MAY God continue to be with you always. 
Your loving parents, 
Sherman Sr. and Naomi Swan 





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Dedication to Quanmj Carter from Parents- Mr. & Mrs. Carter 

Oh Lord we have so much to he thankfrl fori 

When we stop and think-look how you've opened so many doors! 

We can see how everywhere you have been the Guide. 

Without you, Jesus, we wouldn't even he alive! 

You've given sunshine for the rain. 

You've given light for darkness and eased our pain. 

You've given peace in the midst of the storms. 

And now hy faith we have no alarm! 

But of all blessings, the best Jesus gave 

is a beautifid young lady who truly loves God- 

Quanny is her name. 

She is inspiring, loving, kind, and giving. 

Helps others, putting herself last, like a servant-that's living! 

So thank God you are graduating; keep growing-yes we are proud just knowing 

that God is first in your life-and we, your parents, can sleep at night! 





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With Faith In God, You Can Achieve Everything 
You Dream of On This Graduation Day 

God has blessed you with unique talents and abilities and you have used those gifts well! You've taken nothing for granted; 
rather you have worked hard to prepare for a challenging future. Just as important as the lessons that you've learned in the class- 
room are the ways that you've grown as a person; the friendships you have formed and the deeper understanding of you 

required by yourself and others. 

As you celebrate this milestone in your life and look towards a new horizon, never forget what has brought you this far. 

Remember the love of your family and friends, remember your own sacrifice and hard work, and remember that God has a 

special plan for life. You have so much to be thankful for and so much to look forward to! May today mark the beginning of 

many new joys and accomplishments. ...and a continuation of all the good things you have already achieved! 

We love you and are sooooo proud of you ! ! ! 
Your Family 

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bless & guide you along your life's journey. Reach for the 

stars & remember your limitations are only those you put on 

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I'll love you forever, 

I'll like you always, 

As long as I'm living. 

My baby you'll be!!! 

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Forever all my love. 

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Your parents, Brother, and Grandmother 







T^lirou^i cill tl^e tri^ils, tribulations, ciisafDfDointments, and sorrows you ha\e 
reached your goal with ttie heljp> and ^ace of God. F<ememt)er l^im always. 
Allow h-Iim to ^uide you in o\ery asiDOOt of your life. CZon^atulations on your 

success of comfyleting one of your dreams. 

Lo\e, 
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CZongratulaitons to you Not ic j on yoi u acliiex^emenft! ]\/Iay God bless you in e\'- 

eiy^hin^ tfiat you do and strengthen your foot steps on your journey throu^^ 

the future. We ^)ll k >\ e you and wish the best for you. 

Lo\ e, 
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To our Precious One, Our sweetie, Our Sunsliine, 
Our Own Personal Clinical Social Worker 

~ Fredra Rhoshaune Armster Butler ~ 

Bachelor's of Social Work 

You made us happy even when the skies were blue, 

However, we have been doubly blessed when 

the Son continues to shine in you because you 

allow the Lord's light to enter your heart while on 

your educational journey at the "Oaks", 1 998-2002. 

May the Lord continue to snnile on you as you 

further your nnission for Him. 

Your Folks, Family & Friends 
(Especially Your Mom and Dad and Aunt Rho) 

Here's To You 
And The Oakwood Class of 2002! 



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cinotner pna?© in your lijB. /\s you embarKt upon tnat specail 
dciy we want to encouroge you to Keep your eyes on vje?u? 
ana pres? towards your goal. |_Jon t let anytning deter you 
jTom completing tni? part o|" your academic career. ;A^lso, a? 

you leave tnes-e nallowed nails- pleas-e don t |-orget Q^od ? ideal 
|"or your lipe. | \|ev©r j-orget wnose you are ana wno you are. 

I et C^od l^pll "I— ji^ plans in your liJB and you will excel. \_)ur 
sinceres-t prayer? are witn you a? you embark upon anotner 

journey in lipe. vv ® love you and we want to admonisn you to 
?tay in C^^od ? nand. 

|\©nton |-^errin, | |arlon |"^©id, |-^rince | ewi?, Qp 

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HAVE SWll* "iTTSr I>AST I'VE W/ATGHED YOTU 

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IKTTO A 1^/IATUl-LE WDlvIAlsT C30D HAS 

TR-XJXTsr BEEn^r wrm ydxj, therefoplb. 

COlsmisrCJE TO IvIAKE HXN/T ptrst aktd 

BEST rNT YOXJI^ XJITEJ AlWTAYSI 

SnsTGERETiY: 

BEVEKXiY" WT: WASEinslGTOlST 

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Congratulations i:o Courtney Nail, Dudley 

Puberry. Jennifer Gray. AAoses Eli, Patrick 

Caleb, Sandy Gracia, Shantil Turner, 

Tangie Rahming, Wunmi Sobomehim, . . . 

you know what?* 

1 didn t buy enough space to put all your 

I names. Congratultions to all my friends in 

the class of 2002. You knov^ w/ho you 

are. I m proud of you. May God continue 

to bless you. 

6yron Barnes 



Congratulations to all graduating seniors ! 

To Leana Gray, ^Sherri vSanders, and Claudisha 

partlow much love and respect. Amanda Ambrose, 

watch for flying notes and stay out of trouble. 

Rolanda Lister, youVe a great friend. I'll never forget 

the nights of laughter in Cunningliam Hall. Continue 

to move in faith. 

vShantil Turner, all the hard work has paid off. AH the 

late niglit conversations have been great, thanks for 

listening and you know what I meai! 

vSandy Gracia, what can I say? Your friendship has 

really meant a lot to me. This year has been full of 

fun, I'll always remember the niglitly debrief ings and 

weekend plans. Congratulations you made it, I'll miss 

you. 

Lakisha Vinters 



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RHIANNA GHECCELE AARON 



Student Activities Editor 



Mkono-Nia Charter Member 



Honor Roll 



OC 101 Navigator 




Allied Health Club President 



CAA Student Tutor 



Voices of Triumph 



Call Girls Flag Football 



WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU AND YOUR 

ACHIEVEMENTS ! 

KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND 

MAY GOD BLESS YOU IN ALL FUTURE ENDEAVORS; 




LOVE, 
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Desiree Brown 



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Rohjn Hawkins Nicole Georqe 



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bAoniciue Williams 



Akosua Opoku-Boateng 
Luwayida Scott 



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Roxanne Hewitt 

Staoj Dulan 
Kristen Hudson 

Tijfan\j Rugless 
Veronica Jones 



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Sanara Pippins 

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Shaxjla bAontgomerxj 

Kathleen Lewis 
Melissa ?inne\j 



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CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES ! ! 

FROM YOUR SISTERS, 
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"PERSERVE IN THE WORK THAT YOU HAVE BEGUN UNTIL YOU 

GAIN VICTORY AFTER VICTORY EDUCATE YOURSELF FOR A PURPOSE. 

KEEP IN VIEW THE HIGHEST STANDARD THAT YOU MAY 

ACCOMPLISH GREATER AND STILL GREATER GOOD THUS 

REFLECTING THE GLORY OF GOD." 

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Congratulations 

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Nicole Amelia Barron 

You have worked so hard to reach \)our i^oal and now 

that \jou have, we are so ^roud of'^ou. Alwa\js remember 

that when "jou 'put God first that all 

things are possilhe. 

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L,\UGHING AT MY JOKES, PUTTING UP WITH MY BAD DAYS, THE ADVICE, FOOD, AND FRIENDSHIP. I'lL MISS YOU GUYS SO 
much; you're the closest thing I have to BIC; sisters. I know that you all WILL DO WELL AND ACHIE\T 

much in life, so go make me proud. 

Much lo\e to Melvtn and Wade for teaching me what trit: "pimpage" is all about in a Jesus \\'ay. 

Congrats to all my senior friends who are leamng, you all ^^'ILL be sorely missed, Pauline Alexander, 

Paul Jones, Donald Monroe III, Andrea Dean, Demisha Burns, Shantil Tuner, C.J. Reese, Jorhena 

Thomas, Letitia Cochran, Meredith Murray, Robyn Hawkins, Courtney Hall, Roloanda Lister, Shayla 

Montgomery, Akosua Opoku- Boateng, Shelea Frazier, Katrina Frazier, Tabitha Miller, Camille 

Cochran, Chinwe Asomugha, Jennifer Grey, Miranda Steele, Melissa Baker, Lee Court, Stephen Mills, 

Lodericka Holder, Kerri-Ann McNish, Bree Robinson, Kyrinda Richardson, Marie Sanders. That's all I 

remember... but if your name isn't here, blame it on my head, not my heart. Congrats Class of '02. 



Much Love to the Women of Cunningham, that's my home away from home. 

Much Love to the yearbook staff this year, thanks for helping keep my mom sane, and Fee be ready to 

see you guys step vv up nex f year. 




Much Love to Di-i, wt: held it 
DOWN. Mike "The Cake" Grey, 
Jon "Pick up the Sticks" Scott, 
Noah "Quit Lunching" Wash- 
ington, Melvtn "Superman" 
Warfield, John "The Duke— 
MissiNc; In Action" Hall, 
Trevor "Mr. Responsible" 
Barnes, "Burt", and all the Di 
wannabes: Gemar, Brandon, 
Nick, and PJ. 

Much Love to All, 
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Congratulations 
Kathleen T.T. Lewis 




God has blessed you through Homeschool, PWA, and Oakwood College. 
Now, you are looking ahead to enter into one of the major institutions to 
complete your medical degree. Keep your eyes on God, for He is your Captain. 

Do not lose sight of your lifelong goal. 
May God continue to richly bless you. 



All of your Faimlymembers are proud of you! 
We love you!!!! 

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(Pastor & Mrs. Joseph P. Lewis) 



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